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Nicholas Aroney

"I'm the son of Theodore Nicholas Aroney and Helen Aroney (nee Fardoulis).

My paternal grandparents were Nicholas Theodore Aroney and Stella Aroney (nee Kepreotis).

My father's siblings are Victor Aroney and Helen Parry.

My maternal grandparents were Emmanuel Constantine Fardoulis and Gregoria Fardoulis (nee Cassimatis).

The parents of Emmanuel were Constantine and Eleni Fardoulis.

The parents of Gregoria were Petro and Maria Cassimatis.

My mother's siblings are Constantine Fardoulis, Petro Fardoulis and Maria Johnstone.

I am married to Lisa Gwenneth (nee Grant). Our children are Michelle Maree (12), Samuel Theodore (10), Nathaniel Thomas (7) and Josiah Emmanuel (2)".

Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Law
University of Queensland

Contact Details:
Room: W363
Building: GPN 3
Campus: St Lucia
Phone +61 7 3365 3053
Email: [email protected]

Availability: By Appointment - preferably made by email; Tuesday 4:00pm-6:00pm

Executive Summary: Nicholas Aroney teaches Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitutional Law and Legal Theory. He has published extensively in these fields, including recent publications in the Journal of Legal History and the Federal Law Review. He also speaks regularly at overseas and interstate conferences.

Dr Aroney's book Freedom of Speech in the Constitution (1998) has been widely reviewed, and his PhD thesis, which won the Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal at Monash University, is shortly to be published under the title, The Constitution of a Federal Commonwealth: The Making and Meaning of the Australian Constitution. He is also working on a further book, to be published by Ashgate Press (UK) under the title, Constitutional Federalism: Theory and Practice.

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