Monthly Archives: April 2017
CPD Seminar: An outdated charter for greed and entitlement? Reforming The Inheritance (Family Provision) Act 1972
The South Australian Law Reform Institute at Adelaide Law School, is examining the Inheritance (Family Provision) Act 1972, as part of its wider succession reference from the Government. This presentation discusses the reform work and in particular the development of family provision law, and the concerns expressed over its current role and operation. Has the […]
Adelaide Law School recently became a member of the Asian Law Institute. Established in 2003, and hosted by National University of Singapore, the Asian Law Institute has grown as the largest network for law schools in the Asia-Pacific region. The membership will enhance Adelaide Law School’s strong connections with existing and potential partners in the […]
The official launch of the Research Unit on the Regulation of Corporations, Insolvency and Taxation (ROCIT) to be celebrated with a public lecture by Professor Joan Loughrey.
Public Seminar – Is Federalism Being Undermined in the Current Surge to ‘Recognise’ Indigenous Australians in (and into) the Commonwealth Constitution?
Adelaide Law School will be holding a public seminar on ‘Is Federalism Being Undermined in the Current Surge to ‘Recognise’ Indigenous Australians in (and into) the Commonwealth Constitution?’. This seminar will be presented by Professor Mark McMillan, Professor of Law and Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor Indigenous Education and Engagement at RMIT University in Melbourne, a […]
The South Australian Law Reform Institute is presently examining South Australia’s family inheritance law as part of its reference into succession law. The Institute is an independent non-partisan law reform body based at the Adelaide University Law School. As part of the consultation for its current examination of South Australia’s family inheritance law, the Institute visited […]
A recent open letter to the Prime Minister signed by a number of Australian corporate leaders advocating the legalisation of same sex marriage sparked both approbation, on the basis that they were championing an issue relevant to their businesses, and critique, on the basis that they were improperly intervening on a moral issue. Each side […]
The Adelaide Law School and the EU Centre for Global Affairs at the University of Adelaide invite you to a Public Seminar on 9 May 2017 to celebrate Europe Day and mark the 60th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, the treaty that created the European Economic Community (EEC). An interdisciplinary panel of academic speakers […]