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James McConvill

James McConvill is a Melbourne lawyer. The opinions expressed are his personal views only, and were written in the
spirit of academic freedom when James was employed as a university lecturer.


How Labor can make the grade with Rudd
Domestic Politics - 16/01/2007 - 12 comments
Australiaís constitution is constrained by people power
Law & Liberties - 9/11/2006 - 23 comments
Why John Howard will win next year's federal election
Domestic Politics - 25/10/2006 - 43 comments
Pornography has its benefits
Media - 29/09/2006 - 119 comments
Bali Nine can thank the civil libertarians
International - 7/09/2006 - 48 comments
Schools and universities - coming soon to a court near you!
Education - 21/08/2006 - 18 comments
We must be willing to be unwilling towards Israel
International - 7/08/2006 - 119 comments
Racial discrimination may be in order
Indigenous Affairs - 16/06/2006 - 19 comments
Time to remove the neglected generation
Indigenous Affairs - 31/05/2006 - 17 comments
Judging the judges
Law & Liberties - 25/05/2006 - 19 comments
Keeping the shareholders happy
Environment - 26/04/2006 - 1 comment
Politicians as fiduciaries
Domestic Politics - 12/04/2006 - 12 comments
Blog or be damned?
Media - 24/03/2006 - 30 comments
Time to abort the law
Law & Liberties - 24/02/2006 - 37 comments
Iran and the fairy tale of international law
Law & Liberties - 7/02/2006 - 33 comments
Itís time for positive politics
January 2006 Feature - 20/01/2006 - 59 comments
Successfully riding the surfing wave this summer
Sport - 13/01/2006 - 2 comments
Letís talk about happiness ... and sex
Humour & Satire - 3/01/2006 - 52 comments
Santa, the secular 'Christ of Material Abundance'
Religion & Spirituality - 19/12/2005 - 21 comments
Where are all the torture critics now?
Law & Liberties - 17/11/2005 - 36 comments
The politics of envy
Domestic Politics - 3/11/2005 - 17 comments
Time for mothers to raise their children, not their status
Domestic Politics - 12/09/2005 - 79 comments
Our High Court needs a visionary
Law & Liberties - 10/08/2005 - 5 comments
Academic martyrdom highlights university brain drain
Education - 27/07/2005 - 19 comments
Paying executives on performance
Economics - 12/07/2005 - 13 comments
Paul Keating: The man we have to have
Domestic Politics - 22/06/2005 - 34 comments
Publish and perish?
Education - 10/06/2005 - 27 comments
How happiness can save the practice of law
Law & Liberties - 11/05/2005 - 12 comments
Stop taxing happiness: A new perspective on progressive taxation
Economics - 21/04/2005 - 39 comments
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