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COVID-19 Restrictions and the Disregard for the Principle of Proportionality: Is there a Case for Civil Disobedience?

Professor Gabriël A. Moens AM is an emeritus professor of law at The University of Queensland, and served as pro vice-chancellor, dean, and professor of law at Murdoch University, and professor of law at Curtin University. He has published a novel about the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic, “A Twisted Choice,” and recently published a short story, “The Greedy Prospector,” in an Anthology of short stories, “The Outback” (Boolarong Press). His second novel, “The Coincidence” will be published on December 1, 2021 (Connor Court Publishing).

Professor Gabriël A. Moens outlines the case for an effective civil disobedience program in Australia.

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On Civil Disobedience and Arbitrary Power

by Prof Augusto Zimmermann

Gabriël A. Moens AM is Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Queensland. He is a leading constitutional law academic and the author of ‘The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia Annotated’ (LexisNexis, 9th ed.).

The Hon Robert French, a former Australian Chief Justice, regards Professor Moens’ book as ‘a very useful reference text for students and practitioners at all levels in the field of constitutional law’.

As he was confined to his home office, due to unlawful lockdown measures, Professor Moens found time to look at his previous works which go back about four decades.