The “yes” and “no” cases have outlined their arguments to be sent out to Australian voters. Here, legal experts examine the claims by both sides to see if they stack up.
Legislation is an unsatisfactory way to institute a Voice to Parliament because, among other reasons, it would make the body insecure and vulnerable to the whims of different governments.
UNSW constitutional law experts have welcomed a further inquiry into the former prime minister's secret appointments to key ministries.
Constitutional law experts discuss the crisis in accountability in Australian government.
A new report by UNSW Indigenous Law Centre shows overwhelming support for a First Nations Voice enshrined in the Australian Constitution.
The High Court has failed to clarify the Section 44 mess over who is eligible to stand for parliament, so now it's time for MPs to act.
The citizenship troubles that rocked the Labor Party this week are not all good news for the government, writes Rosalind Dixon.
A High Court decision on section 44 has restored some sanity, writes George Williams.
An examination of the first year of decisions by the Kiefel High Court suggests that the Chief Justice's preference for collaborative decision-making is largely being met in practice.
The complexity of the foreign citizenship laws of other nations and flaws in the declaration process mean uncertainty and political dysfunction will run for some time, writes George Williams.