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Public Law in the Classroom Workshop

This workshop for Australian tertiary teachers of public law will be co-hosted in Sydney by the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, UNSW and Public Law and Policy Research Unit, University of Adelaide. The first in an annual series of events on public law teaching research and practice, the workshop will feature an excellent […]

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**RESCHEDULED** UPCOMING EVENT: Troubled Waters: Constitutional issues in water regulation in the Murray Darling Basin

Please be advised that the South Australian Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law’s seminar to be held on 1 September has been rescheduled for 8 September. Please see the message from the committee of the SA Branch of the AACL below. The updated details for the event can be accessed here. Dear AACL […]

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UPCOMING EVENT: Troubled Waters: Constitutional issues in water regulation in the Murray Darling Basin

The South Australian Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law is pleased to present Dr Adam Webster, Adelaide Law School speaking on Troubled Waters: Constitutional issues in water regulation in the Murray Darling Basin Adam will examine some of the constitutional issues surrounding water regulation within the Murray-Darling Basin.  In particular, he will discuss […]

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UPCOMING EVENT: Compulsory Voting

The University of Adelaide Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre and the Public Law and Policy Research Unit invite you to attend the following event: Compulsory Voting ‘Compulsory Voting for First Time Voters in Britain’ – Professor Sarah Birch ‘Compulsory Voting: Hazards and Benefits’ – Professor Lisa Hill Professor Sarah Birch (University of Glasgow) and Professor Lisa […]

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UPCOMING EVENT: Election Bonanza – An exploration of recent electoral issues

The South Australian Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law (AACL) is proud to host  Election Bonanza – An exploration of recent electoral issues This seminar will bring you tales from the many electoral issues raised in the past 12 months. Our speakers will present on four compelling topics. Damian O’Leary will speak on […]

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UPCOMING EVENT: Commonwealth v Australian Capital Territory: The High Court Steps into the Marriage Debate

The South Australian Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law is pleased to present Dr Gabrielle Appleby, Adelaide Law School Stephen McDonald, Hanson Chambers speaking on Commonwealth v Australian Capital Territory The High Court steps into the marriage equality debate   In December 2013, the High Court decided that same-sex marriage legislation enacted by […]

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Upcoming Event – White Man’s Law on Aboriginal Land: The Conflict of Legal Cultures on the South Australian and Prairie Canadian Frontiers

The Adelaide Law School is proud to host: White Man’s Law on Aboriginal Land: The Conflict of Legal Cultures on the South Australian and Prairie Canadian Frontiers   Presented by: Professor Louis Knafla   Dr Louis A Knafla is Professor Emeritus of History, University of Calgary, and specializes in early modern English and western Canadian […]

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UPCOMING SEMINAR – Buying power: State procurement policies and labour standards

The Australian Labour Law Association and the Australian Association of Constitutional Law are proud to present: Buying power: State procurement policies and labour standards   In two recent decisions (Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union v State of Victoria [2013] FCA 445 and Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union v McCorkell Constructions Pty Ltd (No […]

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Adelaide Scholar Joints Constitutional Roundtable in Canberra

On Thursday, 20 June 2013, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs held a ‘Constitutional Roundtable’ at Parliament House, Canberra. The Committee was joined by a number of constitutional experts to discuss topical issues in relation to the Constitution and its reform. The Roundtable was open to the public and […]

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Symposium: Compulsory Voting in Comparative Perspective

The Adelaide Law School is delighted to invite you to attend a symposium on compulsory voting in comparative perspective, presented by its postgraduate Comparative Law class. The symposium addresses the question whether people should be compelled to vote in a democratic system of government. The Australian electoral system is considered by electoral specialists to be […]

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