David Clark is a Professor of Law at Flinders University. He has published 80 papers and 5 books. He first published on Magna Carta in the Melbourne University Law Review in 2000, and subsequently with the American Bar Association in 2014 in the book Magna Carta and the Rule of Law, and in a paper on Magna Carta and Court delay in the Pacific in Robert Hazell & James Melton(eds) Magna Carta and Its Modern Legacy (Cambridge University Press, UK, 2015). He wrote a paper on Magna Carta in New Zealand, which will appeared in the Canterbury Law Review in 2016. He has delivered lectures on the Charter at the State Library of New South Wales in June 2015, at the Law Society of South Australia in the same month. He has published on the history of constitutional landmarks such as Habeas Corpus and the Bill of Rights 1689.He was a member of an offical delegation to Samoa from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association in May 2016.
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