This presentation was aimed and providing a simplified logical way to understand the process of developing national uniform legislation.This presentation confirmed the fundamental need for cross-disciplinary approaches, a wider theoretical repertoire, more sophisticated methodologies and attention to macro-analysis in cases where cooperation within a federation is required. Developing and drafting sustainable national uniform legislation is never in the hands of one actor; it requires the sharing of different types of expert, technical, and community knowledge and experience. There is a need to build a common understanding and create opportunities to overcome knowledge deficiencies and institutional silos.
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Event||Parliamentary Counsel’s Committee / Commonwealth Association of Legislative Counsel (Pacific Region) Drafting Conference: Towards 2050 - Canberra, Australia|
Duration: 4 Apr 2018 → 6 Apr 2018
|Conference||Parliamentary Counsel’s Committee / Commonwealth Association of Legislative Counsel (Pacific Region) Drafting Conference|
|Period||4/04/18 → 6/04/18|