The conventional wisdom is that, with some important exceptions, the justices of the High Court of Australia have generally refrained from extra-judicial work. This has been to preserve their independence from government, in particular by avoiding association with political matters. This article, however, challenges this dominant reading of the historical record. Focusing on formal assignments outside the courtroom � such as service by High Court justices as Royal Commissioners, on other...[Show more]
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