I chatted with Associate Professor Neil Foster about the “emergency” and “temporary” legislation recently passed with surprising haste and cooperation by both major parties.

In the wake of excessive weaponisation of anti discrimination laws by activists frustrated by democracy, this legislation is concerning for many reasons, and Neil and Dave discuss those concerns in this interview.

Neil Foster is an evangelical Christian, an Associate Professor in law, a father and a grandfather. He has qualifications in both law and theology and teaches “Law and Religion” as an elective to later year law students.

 

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