Monthly Archives: October 2016
PLPRU, together with the South Australian Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law are pleased to present Professor Jeffrey Goldsworthy speaking on The Implicit and the Implied in a Written Constitution. Jeff Goldsworthy (Monash University) is currently a visiting scholar at Adelaide Law School. He is among Australia’s leading constitutional scholars and legal philosophers. His work is […]
The historic Inaugural Plenary of the MILAMOS Project was held on 2-5 October 2016 in Montreal, Canada. The event marked the first meeting between the 40+ Experts and various Observers participating in the Project, and paved the way for the drafting of the proposed Manual on International Law Applicable to Military Activities in Outer Space […]
Three PLPRU members presented papers at this month’s Australasian Study of Parliament Group Conference at Parliament House in Adelaide. Laura Grenfell and Sarah Moulds’ papers arose from their ongoing work on the role of parliamentary committees. Laura’s paper was entitled ‘Parliaments’ reputation as the ‘pre-eminent’ institution for defending rights: Do parliamentary committees always enhance this reputation?’, […]
Congratulations to former student Natalie Wade who has won the individual 2016 Australian Young Lawyer Award, for her advocacy for equality within the profession and more broadly. Read the full story here.
Two PLPRU members, Professor Rosemary Owens and Dr Joanna Howe, have edited and contributed chapters to a book published this month by Hart Publishing UK entitled: Temporary Labour Migration in the Global Era; The Regulatory Challenges. The essays in the collection examine the complex regulatory challenges arising from temporary labour migration and the extent to which […]
PLPRU member Professor Rosemary Owens will be presenting the Phillipa Weeks Lecture in Labour Law at ANU College of Law (Canberra) on 12 October 2016. Her lecture is entitled: Young people and the future of work; the regulatory challenges of unpaid work at the intersection of education and work. Professor Owens is currently undertaking an […]