The UniSA GDLP Fair is a one stop shop for students to talk with GDLP (Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice) providers about their PLT options, receive course information and ask questions about their individual circumstances to identify which program is most likely to suit their needs.
- A/Prof Therese MacDermott
There has been in place mechanisms for pursuing the principle of non-discrimination at work on the basis of age for some time within the Australian legislative framework.
- A/Prof Jo Ford
A/Prof Jo Ford will be holding an exchange briefing for prospective student applicants in the Law school foyer.
- Professor Margaret Thornton
- Anne Macduff
- Professor Desmond Manderson
- Justine Poon
- Dr Dorota Gozdecka
Questions of migration and citizenship have become so prominent that not a week passes without a new heated legal controversy surrounding the regulation of the lives of migrants.
- Professor Jenny Hocking FASSA, Monash University
The dismissal of the Whitlam government by the Governor-General Sir John Kerr in 1975 remains one of the most contentious episodes in Australian politics. The history of the dismissal is no less contentious and has never been settled.
If you are thinking about the next steps in your career, and what's next after graduation, please join us for this panel session to hear about what Practical Legal Training (PLT) is, why you need to do it, and how the ANU GDLP can work for you.
- Dr Laura van Waas, Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion & Tilburg Law School
Around the world, civil society, government, academic and UN actors are undertaking efforts to gain traction on childhood statelessness.
- Dr Rachel Kleinfeld, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The most violent country in the world today is not Syria, but Brazil, where gangs, organized crime, regular crime, and state brutality create a pall of fear over daily life.
- Professor Tim McCormack, DFAT Visiting Legal Fellow
It is true that the ICC represents a natural progression from Nuremberg and Tokyo post-WWII, the ICTY and ICTR in the early 1990s and the proliferation of hybrid and internationalised criminal courts and tribunals since.
- Patrick W Pearsall, Former Chief of Investment Arbitration for the United States
Patrick W Pearsall, the former Chief of Investment Arbitration for the United States, will present his recommendations on how to run an efficient and successful defence when confronted with an investment arbitration claim.