This free public online seminar will involve a range of speakers discussing recent cases on the basic features, and limits, of the Australian regime for challenging administrative decisions, and trends which emerge from them.
The Oxford Handbook of International Criminal Law will be launched by Professor Simon Bronitt, Head of School and Dean of Sydney Law School, University of Sydney.
Countering terrorism is an increasingly transnational activity, with cooperation in intelligence and security, the proliferation of international laws on countering terrorism, the development of regional and sectoral organisations involved in counter terrorism, and the continued penetration of domestic law and policy by transnationally-determined priorities and approaches.
Join Associate Professor Joshua Neoh, Professor Philip Pettit and Associate Professor Nicole Roughan as they discuss Joshua's new book: Law, Love and Freedom.
- Ryan Goss
- Andrew Chapman
Join Dr Ryan Goss, ANU Law Associate Professor, and Andrew Chapman, Senior General Counsel, Office of General Counsel at Australian Government Solicitor, as they discuss what the UK Supreme Court ruling means for Brexit.
Join this panel discussion as we look back on the last 30 years of Australia’s engagement with the International Dispute Settlement System.
- Professor Anne Twomey
Join Professor Anne Twomey as she discusses how Brexit and the Turnbull/Dutton leadership challenge have given rise to serious consideration about how a Prime Minister might advise the Queen or Governor-General in this year's Geoffrey Sawer Lecture.
- Helen Brady
Join Helen Brady from the International Criminal Court (ICC) as she discusses what is ahead for the organisation.
Join Professor Kim Rubenstein and Dr Paul Taylor as they examine citizen stripping and the ICCPR.
The conference will bring together legal scholars, computer scientists, government legal advisers and public sector integrity experts to discuss the unique set of challenges automation and AI present to liberal democratic governments, administration...