CONSTITUTIONAL CENTRE LECTURE
TWILIGHT SERIES 2019
The Constitutional Centre of Western Australia in conjunction with the Electoral Regulation Research Network and the Australian Association
of Constitutional Law invites you to a twilight seminar: Election Funding and the Implied Freedom of Political Communication – Unions NSW v
NSW This seminar will explore the implications for legislation regulating political donations after the High Court’s recent decision in
Unions NSW v New South Wales  HCA 1. The case saw the Court unanimously strike down s 29(10) of the Electoral Funding Act 2018 (NSW)
as impermissibly burdening the constitutionally protected implied freedom of political communication. Both the constitutional and electoral
funding implications of the case will be explored during the seminar.
Dr Murray Wesson, Senior Lecturer, UWA Law School
Dr Martin Drum, Associate Professor, Politics and International Relations, University of Notre Dame
Chair: Cobey Taggart, Barrister, Murray Chambers
Wednesday 3 April 2019
5:45 (for a 6pm start) – 7PM
THE CONSTITUTIONAL CENTRE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
40 Havelock Street, West Perth (Parking is available on site)
Please register at:
firstname.lastname@example.org Enquiries: Lisa Belde on 6552 6222
The Year 11 text Democracy and Justice is soon to be released but for those who might want a quick sneak peak at what is included
in the text you can follow the link below to our chapter summary. This outlines the syllabus dot points covered in each chapter as
well as key areas of content.
At the pending AGM a special resolution will be moved to make final chnages to the PLEAWA Constitution to comply with legislation. Please see the files for an explanation of these proposals.