Kristen Rundle

Kristen Rundle is a professor of law at Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne. She teaches and researches in the fields of legal theory and administrative law.


Orphaned responsibility

EssayUTOPIAN IDEALS ARE ordinarily more ambitious, and romantic, than the desire to see a constitutional system functioning as it should. The latter sounds more like a defence of the status quo than a reimagining of political possibility. Anyone who lived...

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