Professor George Williams

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Australian laws fare poorly when it comes to religious liberty. The right way forward is to protect religious freedom in a law that also recognises other fundamental rights, writes George Williams.

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What now after the High Court's ruling on the 'Citizenship Seven'? George Williams suggests an audit of the eligibility of all parliamentarians and amending section 44 of the Constitution.  

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Parliament should discontinue its prayers and instead seek to respect and acknowledge people of all beliefs, writes George Williams.

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The government may be hoping that the momentum built towards the same-sex marriage postal vote will dissuade the High Court from striking it down, but George Williams says this may be a poor bet.

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Constitutional law expert George Williams has given a frank assessment of the government's High Court prospects on dual citizenship and the same-sex marriage postal vote 

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Debates about freedom of speech, privacy, anti-terror laws and ASIO powers make George Williams’ book urging a national charter of rights more timely than ever.

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It is up to federal governments to recognise the value of providing legal assistance to the most disadvantaged in the community, writes George Williams.

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The legal profession is not the bastion of equality that it should be, writes George Williams.

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Legal challenges to the Senate eligibility of Bob Day and Rod Culleton will be among the recent cases dissected at the Gilbert + Tobin Centre's Constitutional Law Conference.

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A wider range of students will have the opportunity to study Law at UNSW following an overhaul of the admission process.

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