The High Court of Australia and the First World War

The South Australian Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law, in conjunction with the University of Adelaide’s Public Law and Policy Research Unit, are pleased to invite you to:

The High Court of Australia and the First World War

The First World War was a defining moment in the history of Australia and also in the lives of those who were affected, both at home and at the front. The High Court of Australia adjudicated on many critical moments in the prosecution of the war. Individual judges, like other parents, dealt with the tragedy and loss of that terrible conflict.

Presented by Professor John Williams – Dean of Law – University of Adelaide
Chaired by the Honourable Kevin Duggan AM QC

Date:    Wednesday 29 April 2015
Time:    5:15pm for a 5:30pm start
Venue:    Lecture theatre G04 (ground level), Napier Building, University of Adelaide
(The Napier building is between Bonython Hall and the Law School set back off North Terrace) A map of the university can be accessed here:
RSVP:    22 April 2015 to Sarah Mitchell:

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