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Aroney, N. T. (2002) A commonwealth of commonwealths: Late nineteenth century conceptions of federalism and their impact on Australian federation 1890-1901. Journal of Legal History, 23 3: 253-290. doi:10.1080/01440362308539652 2105 1 0
Aroney, Nicholas (2013) A federal constitution for the United Kingdom? Constitution-making within a Westminster-derived context. Jus Politicum: Revue De Droit Politique, 9 1-18. 120 6
Aroney, Nicholas and Thomas, Steve (2012) A House divided: does MMP make an Upper House unnecessary for New Zealand?. New Zealand Law Review, 2012 Part III: 403-442. 79 4
Aroney, N. T. (2004). Althusius at the Antipodes: The Politica and Australian Federalism. In Frederick Carney, Heinz Schilling and Dieter Wyduckel (Ed.), Jurisprudenz, Politische Theorie und Politische Theologie 1 ed. (pp. 529-546) Germany: Duncker & Humblot. 428 2
Aroney, N. T. (2003) Another constitution for Australia: The bede harris proposal. Constitutional Law and Policy Review, 5 3: 51-60. 175  
Allan, James and Aroney, Nicholas (2008) An Uncommon Court: How the High Court of Australia Has Undermined Australian Federalism. Sydney Law Review, 30 2: 245-294. 334 2
Aroney, N. T. and Prasser, S. (2007) An upper house for Queensland: An idea whose time has come. Democratic Audit of Australia, 07 1: 1-9. 116  
Nicholas Aroney (2014) A power “singular and eccentrical”: Royal commissions and executive power after Williams. Public Law Review, 25 99-116. 25 3
Aroney, N. T. (1999) A public choice? Federalism and the prospects of a republican preamble. The University of Queensland Law Journal, 20 2: 262-293. 68  
Aroney, Nicholas T. (2010). Australia. In Luis Moreno and César Colino (Ed.), Diversity and unity in federal countries (pp. 16-46) Montreal, Canada: McGill-Queen's University Press. 65 4
Appleby, Gabrielle, Aroney, Nicholas and John, Thomas (2012). Australian federalism: Past, present and future tense. In Gabrielle Appleby, Nicholas T. Aroney and Thomas John (Ed.), The future of Australian federalism: Comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 1-24) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. 186 20 0
Aroney, Nicholas T. (2009). Before Federalism? Thomas Aquinas, Jean Quidort and Nicolas Cusanus. In Ann Ward and Lee Ward (Ed.), The Ashgate Research Companion on Federalism (pp. 31-48) London: Ashgate. 93 2
Aroney, Nicholas T. (2008). Bicameralism and representations of democracy. In Nicholas Aroney, Scott Prasser and John Nethercote (Ed.), Restraining Elective Dictatorship: The Upper House Solution? (pp. 20-35) Perth, Australia: University of Western Australia Press. 131 1
Aroney, N. T. (2006). Bicameralism and representations of democracy. In: Proceedings of: Improving Government Accountability in Queensland : The Upper House Solution. Improving Government Accountability in Queensland : The Upper House Solution, Brisbane, Australia, (). 21 April 2006. 123  
Aroney, Nicholas T. (2011). Bund, Bundesstaat and Staatenbund: The German Element in Australian Federalism. In Jürgen Bröhmer (Ed.), The German Constitution Turns 60 : Basic Law and Commonwealth Constitution, German and Australian Perspectives 1st ed. (pp. 31-53) Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang Publishing. 72 1
Aroney, Nicholas (2007) Comparative Law in Australian constitutional jurisprudence. University of Queensland Law Journal, 26 2: 317-340. 119 1
Aroney, N. (2003). Constitutional Challenges to Tort Reform: Restrictions on Legal Advertising and the Constitutional Freedom of Political Communication. In: National Conference of the Australian Plantiff Lawyers Association, Hyatt Regency, Coolum, (). 16-19 October, 2003. 69  
Aroney, Nicholas (2008) Constitutional choices in the work choices case, or what exactly is wrong with the reserved powers doctrine?. Melbourne University Law Review, 32 1: 1-43. 227 7 3 Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Aroney, Nicholas T. and Kincaid, John Courts in Federal Systems. Canada: Oxford University Press, 2015. 43  
Aroney, Nicholas T. (2008) Democracy, community and federalism in electoral apportionment cases: The United States, Canada and Australia in comparative perspective. University of Toronto Law Journal, 58 4: 421-480. doi:10.3138/utlj.58.4.421 118 6 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Aroney, N T (2006). Democracy, Community and Representation. In: International Political Science Association. 20th World Congress of the International Political Science Ass, Fukuoka, Japan, (). July 2006. 66  
Aroney, Nicholas (2013) Divine law, religious ethics, secular reason. Political Theology, 14 5: 670-685. doi:10.1179/1462317X13Z.00000000044 80 2 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Aroney, Nicholas and Corrin, Jennifer Clare (2013) Endemic revolution: HLA Hart, custom and the constitution of the Fiji Islands. Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, . doi:10.1080/07329113.2013.861725 89 1 0
Aroney, Nicholas (2013) Explanatory power, theory formation and constitutional interpretation: some preliminaries. Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy, 38 1-31. 48 5
Aroney, Nicholas T. (2005). Federal constitutionalism: European constitutionalism in comparative perspective. In F. H. van der Burg, A. K. Koekkoek;, voorw. Paul Zoontjens and Hans Peters (Ed.), Getuigend staatsrecht: Liber amicorum A.K. Koekkoek (pp. 229-251) Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers. 483 8
Aroney, Nicholas T., Prasser, Scott and Taylor, Alison (2012). Federal diversity in Australia – a counter narrative. In Gabrielle Appleby, Nicholas T. Aroney and Thomas John (Ed.), The future of Australian federalism: Comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 272-300) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. 65 16 0
Aroney, N. T. (2000). Federal representation and the framers of the Australian Constitution. In G. Moens (Ed.), Constitutional and international law perspectives: Achievements and challenges (pp. 13-53) Brisbane, Queensland: University of Queensland Press. 145  
Aroney, Nicholas and Miller, Bradley (2011). Finnis on liberty. In Suri Ratnapala and Gabriel A. Moens (Ed.), Jurisprudence of Liberty 2nd ed. (pp. 247-269) Chatswood, NSW, Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths. 125 16
Aroney, N. T. (2003). Fiscal competition. In Raoul Blindenbacher and Arnold Koller (Ed.), Federalism in a changing world: Learning from each other 1 ed. (pp. 492-501) Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. 43  
Aroney, N. T. (2006) Formation, representation and amendment in federal constitutions. The American Journal of Comparative Law, 54 2: 277-336. 325 2 5 Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Aroney, N (2008) Four reasons for an upper house: Representative democracy, public debate, legislative outputs and executive accountability. Adelaide Law Review, 29 2: 205-246. 146 9
Aroney, Nicholas (2014) Freedom of religion as an associational right. University of Queensland Law Journal, 33 1: 153-186. 18 1
Aroney, N. T. (2003) Fundamental law and constitutional rights in India and Australia. Indian Socio-Legal Journal, 29 1+2: 89-98. 180  
Aroney, N. T. (2002). Griffith's Vision of Australian Federalism. In Dr M. White and A. Rahemtula (Ed.), Sir Samuel Griffith: The law and the constitution 1 ed. (pp. 179-201) NSW: Thomson Lawbook Co. 73  
Aroney, N. T. (2002) Imagining a federal commonwealth: Australian conceptions of federalism, 1890-1901. Federal Law Review, 30 2: 265-294. 392 1
Aroney, N. T. (2001). Implied constitutional rights: Implications & references. In Tony Blackshield, Michael Coper and George Williams (Ed.), The Oxford companion to the high court of Australia (pp. 336-337) Vic: Oxford University Press. 239  
Aroney, Nicholas (1998) It's your constitution: Governing Australia today by Cheryl Saunders. Australian Law Librarian, 6 2: 134-135. 89  
Aroney, Nicholas (2008) Julius Stone and the End of Sociological Jurisprudence: Articulating the Reasons for Decision in Political Communication Cases. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 31 1: 107-135. 90 6
Aroney, N. (2005). Justice McHugh on representative government. In: Proceedings of: Tenth Annual Public Law Weekend Constitutional Law Conference. Tenth Annual Public Law Weekend Constitutional Law Conference, Canberra, Australia, (). 11-12 November 2005. 55  
Aroney, Nicholas (2006) Justice McHugh, Representative Government and the Elimination of Balancing. The Sydney Law Review, 28 3: 505-534. 371 6
Aroney, Nicholas (2005) Law, revolution and religion : Harold Berman's interpretation of the english revolution. Journal of Markets and Morality, 8 2: 355-385. 121  
Aroney, Nicholas, Bassu, Carla and Popp, Carolyn (2014). Legal transplants in the Australian legal system. In Nicola Lupo and Lucia Scaffardi (Ed.), Comparative law in legislative drafting : the increasing importance of dialogue amongst parliaments (pp. 161-184) The Hauge, The Netherlands: Eleven International Publishing. 35 24
Aroney, N. T. (2005) Lost in translation: From political communication to legal communication?. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 28 3: 833-841. 440 1
Aroney, Nicholas (2000) Mueller on European federation: A reply from the perspective of Australian federalism. Public Choice, 105 3-4: 255-272. doi:10.1023/A:1005125807405 60   2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Aroney, Nicholas (2010) New Zealand, Australasia and federation. Canterbury Law Review, 16 31-46. 73 1
Aroney, N. T. (2004). Old Law, Best Constitution : City, Province, and Empire in Thomas Aquinas. In: Natural Law Conference 2004, Michigan, USA, (). May 2004. 56  
Aroney, Nicholas (2006) Politics, law and the constitution in McCawley's case. Melbourne University Law Review, 30 3: 605-656. 355 5
Aroney, Nicholas (2012). Popular ratification of the state constitutions. In Paul Kildea, Andrew Lynch and George Williams (Ed.), Tomorrow's federation: reforming Australian government (pp. 210-226) Annandale, NSW, Australia: Federation Press. 109 11
Appleby, Gabrielle, Aroney, Nicholas and John, Thomas (2012). Preface. In Gabrielle Appleby, Nicholas Aroney and Thomas John (Ed.), The future of Australian federalism: comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. xix-xix) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. 45 1 0
Aroney, N. T. (2002) Queensland in Herbert M. Kritzer (eds.) Legal Systems of the World: A Political, Social and Cultural Encyclopedia. 1 USA: ABC-CLIO 35  

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