Transcending Jurisdictions - Teaching Dunsmuir in Australia

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Abstract

[Extract] Australia. Canada. Kangaroo. Moose. The kangaroo and the moose are both uniquely adapted and suited to their environments. Despite these vastly different environments, the universal questions of life (movement, food and care of infants) are the same. It is in the answers to those universal questions that variations occur.

As it is with kangaroos and moose, so it is with administrative law in Canada and Australia.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCanadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice Special Issue - A Decade of Dunsmuir / Les 10 ans de Dunsmuir
EditorsPaul Daly, Leonid Sirota
Place of PublicationToronto
PublisherThomson Reuters Canada
Pages163 - 166
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)978-0-7798-8813-9
Publication statusPublished - 13 Nov 2018

Publication series

NameCanadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice
PublisherThomson Reuters (Prous Science)
ISSN (Print)0835-6742

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    Bedford, N. (2018). Transcending Jurisdictions - Teaching Dunsmuir in Australia. In P. Daly, & L. Sirota (Eds.), Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice Special Issue - A Decade of Dunsmuir / Les 10 ans de Dunsmuir (pp. 163 - 166). (Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice). Thomson Reuters Canada.