Dr Margaret Kelly is a lecturer in Law at Macquarie University and teaches Constitutional and Administrative Law. Before taking up an academic career, Margaret Kelly worked in the Cabinet Office in Canberra and was head of the Administrative Law section in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet from 1987-88. In a piece for The Australian on 19 March 2010, Margaret Kelly argued that the Brennan Report would “lead to the demise of some of the best features of Australian public administration”. At The Sydney Institute on Tuesday 4 May 2010, Margaret Kelly joined Susan Ryan to discuss the outcomes of the government’s response to the Brennan Report.

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