The annual AABHL conference is a wonderful opportunity to engage in inter-disciplinary discussion about health law and ethics. The call for abstracts is now open: On behalf of the organising committee it is our pleasure to invite you to the Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law (AABHL) conference in Perth from the 2nd-4th of […]
Hosted by the Adelaide Law School The University of Adelaide at the National Wine Centre Adelaide 2 to 4 February 2014 In 2014 the University of Adelaide will host the Corporate Law Teachers Association’s (CLTA) annual conference at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide. The conference will run from Sunday, 2 February to Tuesday, 4 […]
7-9 June 2013 Registrations are now open for “Justice, Mercy and Conviction: Perspectives on Law, Religion and Ethics, a conference being co-organised by The University of Adelaide Research Unit for the Study of Law, Religion and Society (RUSSLR). The Brochure and Registration materials are available here.
On Friday 25 November Dr Peter Burdon will speak on the topic of Earth Jurisprudence at a symposium organised by the Law Council of Australia on the future of environmental law. The symposium will mark the contributions of Emeritus Professor Ben Boer and Professor Robert Fowler have made, and continue to make, significant contributions in […]
From the 16-18 September Dr Peter Burdon will be speaking at ‘Earth Jurisprudence: Building Theory and Practice’ at Griffith University. He will present on the theory of Earth Jurisprudence and the development of an ecocentric theory of private property. He will also launch a recently edited collection of papers entitled Essays in Wild Law: The […]
This month’s Adelaidean features an article on the upcoming visit of Justice Antonin Scalia: Members of Australia’s legal fraternity will converge on the University of Adelaide next year to take part in a major event highlighting the importance of legal advocacy. The 21st Century Advocacy Conference, being held on 4 February 2011, will bring to Australia […]