Written by Professor Carolyn Strange, The Death Penalty and Sex Murder in Canadian History provides an incisive analysis of responses to sex murders and the shifting politics of the death penalty.
Join a panel of leading interdisciplinary experts as they explore the complex legal and ethical challenges AI and automated decision-making present to industry, government and the legal profession.
The project underpinning this webinar seeks to explore the causes, complexities, and implications of constitutional struggles occurring in countries within the Asian region.
Law Reform and Social Justice (LRSJ) has invited three national experts to share their views on the adequacy of existing legal regimes, and the relationship between the extractive industries, Indigenous communities, and the law.
Join our expert panel as we discuss how our laws protect our national landmarks, conserve vulnerable ecosystems and safeguard our species amid an extinction emergency.
Join Professor Jo Shaw as she introduces the key themes of her book, The People in Question: Citizens and Constitutions in Uncertain Times, before hearing and responding to a selection of expert commentaries from scholars in the field drawn from the Asia and Pacific region.
- The Honourable Geoff Giudice AO
In 2020, The Honourable Geoff Giudice AO will be delivering this lecture, which will address the key elements of the industrial relations system including the legislative framework, the Fair Work Commission, the award system, enforcement of industrial laws and the institutional arrangements such as representation which impact on the process of policy formulation.
NOTE: This event has been brought up to 12pm on Thursday 5 November 2020.
This webinar about the US federal elections will offer a timely analysis of its results, with a focus on the potential domestic and foreign policy outcomes and their attendant implications for Australia.
This event provides an opportunity for our students to present their individual and collaborative coursework and extracurricular projects from 2020.
This event will examine the contours and consequences COVID-19 had on the areas of patriotism, borders and equality and discuss how international law and legal institutions can navigate populist-driven threats.