Past events

23
Oct
2014
Deborah Glass
6.00PM to 7.00PM Lecture
  • Deborah Glass OBE, Victorian Ombudsman

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27
Aug
2014
6.00PM to 7.00PM Seminar
  • Dr Federico Casolari, University of Bologna
Attention to the relationship between international law and EU law has dramatically gained momentum in the legal discourse on the European integration process. On the one hand, this attention is due to the increasingly prominent role played by the...
19
Aug
2014
4.00PM to 5.30PM Seminar
  • Dr Ronli Sifris, Monash University

Part of the Gender Institute 2014 Public Lecture Series Feminist Theory Now

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13
Aug
2014
1.00PM to 2.00PM Seminar
  • Professor James Crawford AC SC, University of Cambridge
One element of the post-1960 consensus on self-determination was a refusal to extend it to non-colonial peoples, at least where secession was sought. But the accidents of litigation (Quebec Opinion, Kosovo Opinion) combined with a variety of...
05
Aug
2014
5.30PM to 7.00PM Seminar
  • Bill Campbell PSM QC, Attorney-General’s DepartmentDr Greg French, Department of Foreign Affairs and TradeAnne Sheehan, Attorney-General’s Department

VENUE CHANGE: Due to over-subscription to this event, it will now be held in the Law Theatre at the ANU College of Law

Three government lawyers involved with the Whaling case will share their expertise on the legal, diplomatic...

07
Jul
2014
5.30PM to 6.30PM Lecture
  • Serge Brammertz, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

The last two decades have witnessed the internationalisation of criminal law with the rapid emergence of international criminal law.

After 40 years of inaction following the Nuremberg-era trials, international tribunals have now been established...

03
Jul
2014
6.00PM to 7.30PM Lecture
  • Professor Andrew Byrnes, University of New South Wales

Historically and in established positive law the power to make international law and to interpret it authoritatively has been a prerogative claimed and exercised primarily by States. It is commonplace to note that the formal and informal participation of non-State actors (including civil society actors) in the making of international law is to be seen in many areas. 

03-05
Jul
2014
12.00AM Conference
  • Hilary Charlesworth
  • BS Chimni
  • Dino Kritsiotis
  • Joseph Weiler

The 22nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) will take place from Thursday, 3 July 2014 to Saturday, 5 July 2014 at University House at the Australian National University, hosted by the Centre for International and Public Law, ANU College of Law.

01-02
Jul
2014
12.00AM Conference

Experts, networks and international law

The international law societies of Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Japan and the United States of America (the 'Four Societies') have held four conferences bringing together early career scholars...

02
May
2014
2.00PM to 5.30PM
  • Professor Pierre d'Argent, Université Catholique de Louvain
  • Professor Donald R. Rothwell, ANU College of Law
  • Professor Donald K. Anton, ANU College of Law
  • Dr Sarah Heathcote, ANU College of Law
  • Dr Christopher Ward, Barrister, Wentworth Chambers

Please join the Centre for International & Public Law, ANU College of Law for a half-day symposium exploring the Differences between Timor-Leste and Australia in the Timor Gap. Two panels of experts will review the two cases currently...

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