Category: History, Theory & Education
History, theory and education represent the foundation of legal studies and share a commitment to reflection, ethics and praxis. Our scholars produce leading research in each of these fields and have successfully won competitive grants to expand our impact.
Friday 23rd August, 11am – Karen Gross ‘The Role Institutions Play in Functional Insolvency Systems’ – Could a macroeconomic theory developed to explain the prosperity/poverty divide actually resolve a persistent regulatory problem? Friday 23rd August, 11:30am – Craig Ellis ‘Renewable Energy and Property Theory’ – Assuming a 100% renewable energy supply, would energy be considered […]
Dr Peter Burdon presents his research on Environmental Jurisprudence at two international conferences
In June Dr Peter Burdon presented his research on Environmental Jurisprudence at two international conferences. From the 14-15 of June, Dr Burdon was one of three keynote speakers at a workshop entitled ‘Human Rights and the Environment: In Search of a New Relationship’ at the International Institute for the Sociology of Law in Oñati, Spain. […]
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 […]