1: The masculinist foundations of Australia's legal and Constitutional framework. 2: Jobs for the Girls: Judicial Appointments to the High Court of Australia and the Politics of Merit. 3: Sworn To Be: Gender, Difference and Judicial Swearing-in Speech. 4: A Judgment of One's Own? Staking a Claim to Judicial Authority. 5: PGA v The Queen and the Judicial Imagination. 6: Gendered Harms in Monis v The Queen. 7: The Art of Looking Back: The Farewell Ritual and the Construction of Judicial Legacies. 8: The High Court Today: Negotiating Progress, Privilege and Hegemonic Masculinity.
Kcasey McLoughlin is a Senior Lecturer at Newcastle Law School, Australia.