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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.




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

  2. Oops.

    Hayne J.

    So forgettable, I forgot his name.

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