Part of the Public Law Weekend series
Integrity and Innovation: Public Law in the 2020s
The ANU Public Law Conference is one of Australia’s pre-eminent public law conferences, attracting leading public law jurists, commentators, and practitioners. This year's conference will examine the most pressing contemporary developments in public law including federal administrative review, Robodebt and the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC). Themes of integrity and accountability run throughout the conference as we ask: What must change, and what is simply more of what has come before?
The Public Law Conference is fully catered and registration includes food trucks and refreshments at the conclusion of the Conference.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE: The conference will now be taking place at the Australia Centre for China in the World Lecture Theatre (Building 188, Fellows Lane, ANU).
- Professor Gabrielle Appleby (UNSW)
- Dr Lynsey Blayden (University of Sydney)
- Professor AJ Brown (Griffith)
- Professor Terry Carney (University of Sydney)
- Dr Jason Donnelly (barrister, Latham Chambers)
- Professor Matthew Groves (Deakin)
- Professor Vivien Holmes (ANU)
- Katie Miller (former Deputy Commissioner of IBAC)
- Rebekah O’Meagher (NACC)
- Professor Jeannie Paterson (Melbourne Law School)
- Kieran Pender (ANU)
- Joshua Thomson SC (Solicitor-General of WA)
- Professor Asmi Wood (ANU)
Registration options are below for academics, professionals, and students, as well as early-bird rates:
- Early bird academic: ($225) available until 15 September
- Early bird professional: ($300) available until 15 September
- Academic: full rate ($275)
- Professional: full rate ($350)
- Student: ($35)
The Centre for International and Public Law has secured special discounted rates for those travelling to Canberra with the following hotels:
Peppers Gallery Hotel Canberra 15 Edinburgh Ave, Acton ACT 2601
Use the promo code LAWCONF23 on the website for a 12% discount off the best available rates.