Dean R Knight
The latest Part of the Public Law Review includes the following content: Comments: “Brett Cattle: New Limits on Delegated Law-making Powers?” – Janina Boughey; “‘Rights’-based Judicial Review of Secondary Legislation – A New Zealand View of Brett Cattle” – Ross Carter; “Brett Cattle: A New Lease on Life for Misfeasance?” – Ellen Rock; New Zealand’s Legal Response to COVID-19: A Symposium: “Introduction” – Janet McLean; “Law, Luck and Lessons (Un)Learned: New Zealand Emergency Law from Canterbury to COVID-19” – John Hopkins; “Judicial Deference and Emergency Power: A Perspective on Borrowdale v Director- General” – Claudia Geiringer and Andrew Geddis; “Interpreting Pandemic Powers: Qualifications to the Principle of Legality” – Hanna Wilberg; “Government Expression and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Advising, Nudging, Urging, Commanding” – Dean R Knight; the following Articles: “The Court Services Victoria Act 2014 (Vic): Disappointed Expectations?” – Donald Speagle; “Military Intervention in Australian Industrial Action” – Samuel White; “The Principle of Legality and s 32(1) of the Victorian Charter: Is the Latter a Codification of the Former?” – Bruce Chen; and Developments.
The latest Part of the Public Law Review publishes three Comments and three Articles of interest to readers. The first Comment is by Gabrielle Appleby and Matthew Stubbs who look at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. The second Comment comes from Shubhankar Dam and focuses on Tan Eng Hong v Attorney-General in Singapore. The final Comment is by Vergil Narokobi who looks at Parliament testing the supremacy of the Constitution in PNG. In the first article, Justin Gleeson SC asks what is left of Cole v Whitfield. The second article is by Dean R Knight and considers the amenability of private incorporated bodies to judicial review in New Zealand. The final article comes from Fiona Wheeler and looks at extra-judicial activity by High Court justices. There is also a Developments section.