TAG: Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs
Adelaide Law School’s/RUMLAE’s Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs spoke at the National Archives of Australia’s annual Constitution Day symposium on the topic ‘The Constitution in Space’ at Questacon: The National Science and Technology Centre in Canberra on 9 July 2019. Matthew spoke about how the Australian Constitution has facilitated Australian space activities, about some contemporary space […]
The University of Adelaide (in association with Canada’s McMaster University) hosted the 4th International Students as Partners Institute on 10-12 July 2019. The University of Adelaide’s team comprised Adelaide Law School’s Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs with Dr Rebecca Tooher (Director, Education Strategy and Teaching Excellence, Division of Academic and Student Engagement), and students Annabel Bramley (Law […]
Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs, a member of RUMLAE’s Management Board, spent the second half of 2018 on sabbatical as a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University’s WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice. On 6 December, he gave a public lecture at Stanford entitled ‘Space Law and Human Rights: An Exploration of Regime Interactions on the […]
From 7-11 February, the University of Adelaide Jessup Moot team competed against 15 other teams in the Australian National Round of the competition, held at the Australian National University in Canberra. This year’s team comprised Mitchell Brunker, Danielle Gilby, Azaara Perakath and Christian Andreotti, with Soraya Pradhan assisting with researching and drafting. The team was […]
More than 50 legal experts, technical experts, researchers and others came together at The University of Adelaide Law School over the period 20 – 22 February 2017 for the first MILAMOS Workshop. Following the preliminary coordination meeting in October 2016 in Montreal, this was the first in a projected set of nine Workshops to reach […]
In mid November 2016, RUMLAE Director Associate Professor Stephens was invited by the American Bar Association (ABA) Standing Committee on Law and National Security to present at the Annual Conference held in Washington DC. A/Prof Stephens presented on the topic of the role of informal mechanisms of law in creating normative frameworks for decision making […]
A group of 23 Adelaide Law School students, accompanied by Dr Wendy Ng and Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs, are spending two weeks in Beijing immersing themselves in the study of Chinese law. Follow their experiences with daily updates on the Faculty’s Study Tour Blog.