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Steven Spadijer

Steven Spadijer is a Barrister at Law, having been called to the Sydney Bar in May 2014. In 2013, he was admitted as a solicitor in the ACT. In 2012, he graduated with First Class Honours in Law and Arts from the Australian National University. He specializes and practices in Administrative, Commercial, Constitutional and Public Law, and has been published several law review articles in these areas. From early July 2015, he will be pursuing postgraduate studies in the United States. He has a keen interest in economic history, theories of constitutional interpretation (advocating originalism as the least bad method of interpretation) and legal debates over a bill of rights (which he is vigorously opposed to).
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Economics - 12/02/2009 - 31 comments
A bill of wrongs, not rights
Law & Liberties - 7/01/2009 - 5 comments
To codify or not to codify? That is the question!
Law & Liberties - 22/10/2008 - 1 comment
Roasting the Governor-General: a recipe for an Australian Republic
Law & Liberties - 6/08/2008 - 31 comments
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