On 15 April 2019, the independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) and the Research Unit for the Study of Society, Ethics and the Law (RUSSEL) from Adelaide University visited Mt Gambier to speak to Mt Gambier legal practitioners about various topical law reform and research projects. Law reform extends beyond Adelaide and it is crucial to […]
The independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) based at the Adelaide Law School held two consultation sessions with interested parties at the University of Adelaide on 5 April 2019 to discuss its present reference examining the forfeiture rule in unlawful homicide. The two roundtable sessions were chaired by the Hon Tom Gray QC and proved highly […]
The independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) based at the Adelaide Law School is visiting Mt Gambier on 15 April 2019 to update the community about its work and to seek comments on its present reference into the forfeiture rule in unlawful homicide. Professor John Williams, SALRI’s Director, noted that SALRI is always keen […]
The Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Commissioner (and Adelaide University Law Alumni), Alastair McEwin returned to the Adelaide Law School on 12-13 September, some 25 years after graduation, to speak at a topical public event with Professor Melissa De Zwart, ‘Back to the Future: Technology and People with Disability‘ and to speak to the Law School’s Law Reform […]
On 22 February, PLPRU co-hosted the 2018 Public Law in the Classroom Workshop at the University of New South Wales (in conjunction with the Gilbert + Tobin Centre). Public law teachers from around Australia as well as New Zealand and the UK gathered together to share insights, tips and challenges. The event was an outstanding […]
Are you involved in a sporting association in a paid or voluntary role? Have you ever wondered how the law interacts with you and your association? Designed for sporting associations and their members (both employees and volunteers) this seminar will address the manners in which various aspects of the law impact upon them and address […]
Is “No Religion” the New Religion? Delivered by Professor Linda Woodhead MBE, Lancaster University UK We are delighted to announce the 2017 Law and Religion Oration and Symposium, which will be held this year at the Pilgrim Uniting Church. The symposium panel will consist of Rev Christy Capper, Director of Missology, Uniting College for Leadership […]
If you work in health, understanding the point at which the law impacts on your professional activities is essential. Designed for healthcare professionals, this seminar is the first of its kind, and presents a unique opportunity to learn firsthand from one of our leading Law experts and help answer common questions that arise in the […]
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 […]
Five members of the University of Adelaide Law School attended at the CLTA 2017 Conference from 5-7 February, held at Griffith University Gold Coast Campus, entitled “Agile Corporate Law: CSR, Innvoation and Environment”.