Past events

22
Feb
2019
Trina Malone Robert McCorquodale
12.00PM to 1.00PM CIPL Seminar
  • Professor Robert McCorquodale

Join Professor Robert McCorquodale for an informal Q&A chaired by Trina Malone of the Office of International Law focusing on recent happenings and future directions in international law from the perspective of an Australian practising public...

20
Feb
2019
Robert McCorquodale
12.45PM to 2.00PM ANU College of Law Research Seminar
  • Professor Robert McCorquodale

This talk will consider the regulation of corporations for the human rights impacts of their activities. It will include the role of legislation, industry sectors and civil society, as well as courts, in regulation of the actions of corporations that...

04
Feb
2019
International law workshop
2.00PM to 5.00PM Conference

To result in a binding international rule, international law-making cannot generally be done in complete secrecy. For a customary rule to emerge and bind, States must,...

23
Aug
2018
Whither academic freedom in Thailand?
1.00PM to 2.00PM CIPL Seminar
  • Dr Craig Reynolds, Honorary Professor, School of Culture, History & Language, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
  • Professor Anthony Connolly, ANU College of Law and ANU Academic Board
  • Sarah Bishop, PhD candidate, ANU College of Law

The criminal trial of a senior Thai academic along with four others that commenced this July 2018 has thrown a sharp spotlight on conditions in Thailand’s universities since the military seized government there in 2014.

05
Jul
2018
Fernand de Varennes
6.00PM to 7.15PM CIPL Seminar
  • Dr Fernand de Varennes, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Minority Issues

It is sometimes forgotten that one of the premises of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights is that it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law. 

08
Mar
2018
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1.50PM to 4.20PM Workshop

The possible interactions between treaty and custom are generally considered by reference to the well-established framework set out by the International Court of Justice in the North Sea Continental Shelf Cases of 1969; namely, the declaratory, crystallising and generating effects of a treaty (as for a resolution) on a customary rule.

20
Nov
2017
Bob Brown and Amelia Simpson
5.30PM to 7.00PM Discussion
  • Bob Brown, The Bob Brown Foundation
  • A/Prof Amelia Simpson, ANU College of Law

The Centre for International and Public Law and The Australia Institute are pleased to host a discussion of the High Court’s decision in Brown v Tasmania [2017] HCA 43. 

31
Oct
2017
United Nations
12.30PM to 1.30PM CIPL International Law Lunchtime Seminar
  • Dr Jeremy Farrall, Fellow, Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, The Australian National University

This seminar will present early findings from a 4-year ARC Discovery Project on why and when non-permanent Security Council members have succeeded in influencing the Council’s decision-making process, despite lacking the veto power. 

12
Oct
2017
Stephen Gageler AC
6.30PM to 7.30PM Public lecture
  • Hon Justice Stephen Gageler AC

The Hon Justice Stephen Gageler AC will speak on the topic of Sir Robert Garran.

The Hon Justice Stephen John Gageler AC was appointed to the High Court in October 2012. At the time of his appointment he was Solicitor-General of...

05
Oct
2017
World currency
5.30PM to 7.00PM CIPL Seminar
  • International lawyer Stephane Brabant
  • AFP Commander Peter Crozier
  • Dr Kath Hall

Over recent years there has been a flurry of regulatory activity in relation to foreign bribery and corruption. Last year multi-national companies paid over $2.9 billion to resolve cases in the US, and Rolls Royce entered the largest deferred prosecution agreement in the UK for over $1.1 billion. 

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