About

The Australian Association of Constitutional Law was formed in 1998 as a forum for scholars and practitioners of constitutional law throughout Australia. The Council of the Association, elected every two years, has principal responsibility for organising Association activities.

The Association:

The Aims of the AACL:

  • develop and promote the discipline of constitutional law in Australia
  • support teaching, research and the practice of the law which relates to the discipline
  • provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and information between practitioners, teachers and other interested persons regarding the discipline
  • increase public awareness and understanding of the discipline
  • liaise with other bodies in the promotion of any of the above objects

Association Rules:

The Rules of the AACL can be downloaded here