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Contrary to my long-standing belief (as of a month ago now) that neither Kirby nor Hayden JJ have written a binding High Court judgment (or at least an influential one), I recently read the case of Romeo v NT Conservation Commission.

This is a double-whammy because not only was a Kirby judgment quoted in my textbook, he was not in dissent and made valid points. Furthermore, Hayne J’s judgment was also quoted. He said nothing of particular interest.

Damn.

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2 Comments

  1. Hayden J? Do you mean Heydon or Hayne?

  2. Oops.

    Hayne J.

    So forgettable, I forgot his name.


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