The Western Australian Jurist is a journal dedicated to exploring legal and political philosophy. We are calling for papers for the next edition, which is a special edition concerning the following topic: Wokeshevism: Critical Theory and the Regressive Left
We are proud to announce the impending publication of our special edition of the Western Australian Jurist. The Western Australian Jurist is the yearly blind peer-reviewed academic publication of the Western Australian Legal Theory Association (‘WALTA’). The journal is now working in partnership […]
Dr Augusto Zimmermann, WALTA President and law professor at Sheridan Institute, participated last Saturday as a panellist at the Disrupted Festival of Ideas.
Dr Augusto Zimmermann, WALTA President, has been invited to participate as a panellist at the forthcoming Disrupted Festival of Ideas. Organised by the State Library of Western Australia, the Disrupted Festival will be held on Saturday 7 November as a […]
The first federal states emerged via the coming together of a number of established polities that wished to preserve their separate identities and to some extent their autonomy. Some features are common to most, if not all, federal systems: distribution of power between central and local governments; a written and rigid constitution; an independent and impartial umpire to decide on disputes between these levels of government; and representation of regional views within the central government.
Our WALTA President, Dr Augusto Zimmermann, has been invited to open the rally for life, health and liberty to be held this Saturday 24 October in Perth at the WA Parliament House. Dr Zimmermann’s speech commences at 12 noon. It […]
Dr Augusto Zimmermann, is among the four distinguished Australian law professors who are nominating U.S. President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize on the basis of the “Trump Doctrine” to end all endless and unnecessary wars.
Organised and coordinated by Professor Augusto Zimmermann, a former Law Reform Commissioner in Western Australia, this course introduces the basic foundations of Australian law and government, including our system of government and present threats to our fundamental rights and freedoms.
The Joint Select Committee on Australia’s Family Law System was appointed by resolution of the Senate on 18 September 2019 and resolution of the House of Representatives on 19 September 2019. The terms of reference of the committee’s inquiry explicitly require the committee to consider the present operation of the family law system in Australia.
A unique opportunity to learn about the foundations of Australia’s constitutional government from a leading jurist and academic in Australia.
This course is especially designed for those with an interest in the use and potential abuse of governmental power.