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Federalism Reform: Pathways and Obstacles

16 Jun 2015

The University of Queensland’s Law Professor Nicholas Aroney has his paper 'Federalism Reform: Pathways and Obstacles’ featured on the Australian Public Law website today.

AUSPUBLAW posts contributions from leading public law experts across Australia.

Professor Aroney discusses the role that the principle of subsidiarity might play in federalism reform, and identifies certain necessary conditions for fundamental and effective federalism reform from comparative experience.

Read the article: http://auspublaw.org/2015/06/federalism-reform-pathways-and-obstacles/