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LRSJ Seminar: Access to Justice and the Rule of Law

Join Justice Rachel Pepper (BA ’91, LLB (Hons) ’94), Judge of the Land and Environment Court of NSW, as she explores access to justice and the rule of law. There is an undeniable connection between access to justice and the rule of law, including an environmental rule of law. Enacting barriers to justice, for example, by restricting the standing to citizens to challenge exercises of executive power affecting the environment undermine access to justice, and therefore, have a tendency to diminish the rule of law.

Special event: LRSJ Lunch with the Judge – Justice Rachel Pepper

LRSJ will be holding a light lunch for students to meet and chat with one of the most influential environment figures, The Honourable Justice Rachel Pepper, Judge of the Land and Environment Court of NSW. Join Associate Professor Matthew Zagor and ANU Law alumnus Justice Rachel Pepper (BA ’91, LLB (Hons) ’94) as she shares her thoughts on her career and making a difference in law.

This seminar is open to all current law students. Attendance is free but spaces are limited – register now! 

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