Work Choices

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Federation Press, 2007 - 190 من الصفحات
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Andrew Stewart and George Williams, leading scholars and media commentators, explain what has been called the most important decision of the Australian High Court since the Tasmanian Dam Case in 1983. They show what was being argued and why it was being argued, as well as what was decided and the implications for Australia’s future. They include key passages of the majority judgment, and from the dissents of Justices Kirby and Callinan. Is this “a destabilising intrusion of direct federal lawmaking into areas of legislation which, since federation, have been the subjects of State laws†(Justice Kirby)? Might it reduce State Parliaments to “impotent debating societies†(Justice Callinan)?

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Australias Federal System
Labour Relations and the Constitution
The Work Choices Legislation
The Constitutional Challenge
The Scope of the Corporations Power
The Relationship Between the Corporations Power
Excluding State Laws
Making Law Through Regulations
Other Issues
What It Means for Labour Relations
What It Means for Federation
Extracts from the Australian Constitution
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Andrew Stewart is John Bray Professor of Law at University of Adelaide and a Legal Consultant to the national law firm Piper Alderman. He is one of Australia’s leading experts in labour relations and employment law, and has also published widely in the fields of intellectual property and contract law. He has played a prominent role in the public debate over workplace reforms, and has spoken and written widely about their implications for businesses, workers and unions. He also advised the government on the drafting and structure of the Fair Work legislation. In November 2009 he was elected President of the Australian Labour Law Association.

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!--[if gte mso 9] ![endif]--!--[if gte mso 10] ![endif]--George Williams is the Anthony Mason Professor, a Scientia Professor and the Foundation Director of the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales. He has written and edited books including Australian Constitutional Law and Theory and The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia.

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