- 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.
- 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...
- 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.
- Professor Kavé Salamatian, University of Savoie
We all have an intuitive feeling about ‘cyberspace’, but is it a new space or just an extension of the spaces that have been studied for a long time by geographers? Do humans have the same appropriation relationship with cyberspace as we observe in classical geography?
- Dr Ryan Goss, ANU College of Law
Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights protects the right to a fair trial in civil and criminal proceedings. The Article 6 rights are the most heavily-litigated Convention rights before the European Court of Human Rights, generating a large and complex body of case law.
- Professor Rosemary Auchmuty, University of Reading
- Professor Margaret Thornton, ANU College of Law
- Dr Heather Roberts, ANU College of Law
Why does feminist legal biography matter? This sounds like an obvious question with an obvious answer – it matters in the same way that feminist legal history matters, because women and gender concerns have been largely left out of writing about the past, and we need to reclaim them
- Dr Aleksandar Marsavelski, Visiting Fellow, ANU Centre for European Studies
The political processes of most European countries today are dominated by one or more political parties. Political parties typically control two out of three branches of government: the legislative and the executive branch, leaving only the judiciary independent from their influence.
- Associate Professor Iddo Porat, College of Law and Business, Israel
Associate Professor Porat will give a historical and comparative review of proportionality. He will also consider some of the main lines on which the debate over proportionality has been drawn and their possible application to the Australian context.