Monthly Archives: February 2013
AACL Event: Proportionality in Rights Adjudication: Approaches to Balancing Competing Interests in Australia and Germany
The South Australian Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law (AACL) is proud to host Proportionality in Rights Adjudication: Approaches to Balancing Competing Interests in Australia and Germany In her judgments and extra curial writings Justice Kiefel has discussed the development of a proportionality test in Australian constitutional law by reference to its origins […]
Adelaide Law School team submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee in relation to the Migration Amendment Bill 2012
Associate Professor Alex Reilly, Dr Gabrielle Appleby and Dr Matthew Stubbs wrote a submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee in relation to the Migration Amendment (Unauthorised Maritime Arrivals and Other Measures) Bill 2012. The Bill prevents persons arriving by boat without a visa from applying for asylum and facilitates the removal of […]
This week marked the first birthday of the operational commencement of the PPSA and its Register. To celebrate, BILS is organising a major two-day conference, Personal Property Security Law: Local and Global Perspectives, on 20-21 February 2013 at the Adelaide Festival Centre. For online registration and programme details: http://www.law.adelaide.edu.au/events/ppsa Leading international and national experts will […]
Date: February 2013 Summary This Workshop was an initiative of Mr Andrew Roberts. The Workshop brought together academics across Australian Gof8 Universities working in the fields of evidence, procedure and advocacy. LLU Advisory Board members, Emeritus Fellow Andrew Ligertwood and Professor Gary Edmond, and Director, David Caruso, participated in the Workshop.