This article discusses the Bill of Rights issue in an Australian context. It firstly examines the advantages and disadvantages of adopting a Bill of Rights in order to assist in establishing whether this document in necessary in Australia. It then considers the ways in which a Bill of Rights has been implemented in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Canada in order to determine which implementation approach would be most suited to Australia in the event that a Bill of Rights is adopted.
"Assessing the Need for a Constitutionally-Entrenched Bill of Rights in Australia,"
Bond University Student Law Review: Vol. 3
, Article 4.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/buslr/vol3/iss1/4