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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Research Seminar: Tenurial revolution around the Pacific rim in the 19th Century

When: Wednesday, 11 June 2014, 12.00-1.00pm Where: Room 1.10, Ligertwood Building, The University of Adelaide Speaker: Professor Richard Boast, Victoria University of Wellington, Faculty of Law; Distinguished Visiting Research Scholar, Adelaide Law School  Synopsis: In the mid-19th Century (from roughly 1840-1880) many countries and colonies around the Pacific rim, including New Zealand, Hawaii, Mexico, the […]

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RUSSLR Lecture: Law and Love in the Garden of Eden

When: Tuesday, 29 April, 2014 at 1.30pm Where: Moot Court Room, Ligertwood Building, Law School Speaker: Joshua Neoh is currently a Lecturer in Law at the Australian National University (ANU); he was previously an Associate Lecturer at the Adelaide Law School. His research reflects on questions of legal theory in and though biblical narratives. He […]

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RUSSLR Lecture: Adelaide’s John Finnis: The Origins of a Mastermind

When: Monday, 28 April 2014 at 1:00pm Where: Moot Court Room, Ligertwood Building, Adelaide Law School Speaker: Horst Klaus Lücke is Professor Emeritus of the Adelaide Law School and Honorary Professor, University of Queensland (from 2007). His recent publications include ‘Ulrich Hübbe and the Torrens System: Hübbe’s German background, his life in Australia and his […]

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International Criminal Law through the eyes of a practitioner

On Wednesday 28 May 2014, The Adelaide Law School hosted a special seminar on International Criminal Law. William Smith, a practising international criminal lawyer since 1995, presented the special seminar on ‘International Criminal Law through the eyes of a practitioner’. William Smith has been practising law at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia […]

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2013 Teaching Report now available

The Annual Learning and Teaching Report 2013 is now available online. The length of this document is amply justified by the breadth and number of ways, by which the Law School facilitates learning for all our students, enhancing their wider law school experience and at the same time, contributing to our own professional development and […]

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Chief Justice’s Shield Quiz Night – Saturday 12 July

The annual 2014 Chief Justice’s Shield Quiz Night provides an entertaining evening for the law profession, school and community. The generosity of those that attended the 2013 Quiz Night assisted in raising funds to achieve the Network’s financial target of $5,000 to support an undergraduate Law scholarship for an achieving, but financially disadvantaged, student in […]

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Alumni in Focus – the Honourable Justice Melissa Perry

From the fluro-lit corrals of the subterranean Adelaide Law School library to the light-filled and airy courtrooms of the Federal Court of Australia, mine has been a journey which I am proud both began and continues with the Adelaide Law School. As the alma-mater also of my late father, the Hon. John Perry AO QC, […]

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Adelaide Law School alumnus, Rowan Nicholson, granted Cambridge Scholarship

As a double degree graduate (BA (Hons) 2007, LLB (Hons) 2008), Rowan Nicholson has been able to combine his interests in politics and law into the field of public international law and has been awarded a prestigious Cambridge scholarship to further his study in this area. Rowan was one of seven applicants out of a […]

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Professor Andrew Stewart on Unpaid Internships: Experience or Exploitation?

Recently, Professor Andrew Stewart was invited to speak at an Interns Australia forum on the benefits and implications of unpaid internships in the Australian workplace. Click here to watch the video and for more information on this pertinent topic. Alternatively, click here for a summary of the report by Professor Stewart and Professor Rosemary Owens.

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Anne Sheehan: The International Court of Justice in relation to Australia’s Anti-Whaling Litigation Presentation

The Adelaide Law School would like to invite you to join us to hear Anne Sheehan speak about her experience before the International Court of Justice in relation to Australia’s Anti-Whaling Litigation. Event Details Date:    Tuesday 20 May 2014 Time:    5pm – 6pm Venue:    LG Napier Lecture Theatre 29 Biography: Anne Sheehan Anne Sheehan is […]

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