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Law Futures Centre Forum: Can we fix it? A Right to Repair for Australia?
05 Feb 2020 5 pm – 05 Feb 2020 7.30 pm
Professor Leanne Wiseman, Grififth Law School and Dr Kanchana Kariyawasam, Griffith Business School are organising a Panel of Experts to speak about...
LFC Seminar Series: Legal formations of audio-visual recording: accusation, atmosphere and styles...
12 Mar 2020 12 pm – 12 Mar 2020 1.30 pm
Associate Professor Peter Rush will present his paper Legal formations of audio-visual recording: accusation, atmosphere and styles of police...
2020 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture
27 Aug 2020 6 pm – 27 Aug 2020 8 pm
The 2020 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture will be held on Thursday 27 August 2020.
2019 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture
Fiona McLeod SC presents the 2019 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture "#MeToo – All sound and fury or signifying something?"
Professor Sharyn Roach Anleu
Professor Sharyn Roach Anleu presents her seminar "Judicial Work and Emotion Work: Findings from Empirical Research" as part of the Law Futures Seminar Series.
Dr Dylan Lino
Are Rights Progressive? Australian Debates Over Constitutional Rights in the 1940s and 1950s
Professor Nan Seuffert
Law and Society Futures: Socio-legal Evaluations of Interagency Responses to Intimate Partner Violence´as part of the Law Futures Seminar Series.
Associate Professor Matthew Zagor
"Matryrdom, antinomianism and the prioritizing of Christians - towards a political theology of refugee resettlement"
Professor Werner Scholtz
Dr Tanya Serisier
Professor Mark Drumbl
Professor Christian Witting
Organisational Vicarious Liability
Dr Jessica Whyte
Neoliberalism, Human Rights and the sweetness of commerce
Professor Bernadette McSherry
Human Rights and Mental Health Laws: From Coercion to Choice?
Professor Guy S. Goodwin-Gill
Associate Professor Ron Levy
Associate Professor Ron Levy presents "Shotgun Referendums: Voting and Deliberating amid Conflict".
Dr Samuli Haataja
Dr Samuli Haataja delivers his seminar "Cyber attacks and international law: Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election".
Professional Futures Conference
Can (re) professionalisation restore Banking Integrity?