Lecture: “Explanatory Power in Constitutional Interpretation: A Comparative Perspective” with Nicholas Aroney


Location: Eck Hall of Law, Room 2172

Nicholas Aroney
Professor of Law, University of Queensland, Austraila

Nicholas Aroney teaches constitutional law, comparative constitutional law and legal theory. He has published widely in these fields, including recent publications in University of Toronto Law Journal, The American Journal of Comparative Law, Law and Philosophy, Sydney Law Review and Melbourne University Law Review. He is the author of several books, including Freedom of Speech in the Constitution and The Constitution of a Federal Commonwealth: The Making and Meaning of the Australian Constitution, recently published by Cambridge University Press. He is currently working on three further books, The Jurisprudence of a Federal Commonwealth (Cambridge University Press), Shari’a in the West? (Oxford University Press) and Constitutional Federalism: Theory and Practice (Ashgate Press).

Co-sponsored by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.