Dr Gabrielle Appleby is an Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales. She is the Co-director of The Judiciary Project at the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law. Gabrielle researches in public and constitutional law, and is particularly interested in the constitutional integrity of the exercise of public power and the regulation of the judicial branch. She has published widely in leading national and international journals. She has published a number of books, including The Tim Carmody Affair: Australia’s Greatest Judicial Crisis (NewSouth Publishing, 2016); The Role of the Solicitor-General: Negotiating Law, Politics and the Public Interest (Hart Publishing, 2016), Government Accountability (Cambridge University Press, 2015), Australian Public Law (2nd ed, Oxford University Press, 2014) and Public Sentinels: A Comparative Study of Australian Solicitors-General (Ashgate Publishing, 2014). She is the Chief Investigator on the Australian Research Council Discovery Project, Law, Order and Federalism. Gabrielle has previously worked in the Queensland Crown Law office and the Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office.