Past events

03
Aug
2012
1.00PM to 2.00PM Seminar
  • Ambassador Ayo Olukanni, High Commissioner of Nigeria
In the face of numerous conflicts and economic woes of our time, in what some people have described as “our troubled world,” the old age view of the limits of multilateralism and the notion that “international law is not law” appears to have gained ...
09
Sep
2011
Beverley McLachlin
6.15PM to 7.30PM Lecture
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  • The Right Honourable Madam Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, PC, Canadian Chief Justice
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The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin was appointed Chief Justice of Canada on January 7, 2000. She had been appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of Canada in 1989. Prior to that, she was Chief Justice of the British Columbia Supreme Court from 1988 to 1989, a judge of the British Columbia Court of Appeal from 1985 to 1988, a judge of the British Columbia Supreme Court from 1981 to 1985, and a judge of the Vancouver County Court from April 1981 to September 1981.

20
May
2011
1.00PM to 2.00PM Seminar
  • Mr Roger Wilkins AO
This lunch time seminar provides a great opportunity for the ARC to promote public discussion about issues raised in the Consultation Paper Judicial Review in Australia, released by the Council for comments. There have been considerable changes to the...
03
Sep
2010
Jeffrey Bleich
6.00PM to 7.00PM Lecture
  • His Excellency Mr Jeffrey Bleich, US Ambassador to Australia

Jeffrey Bleich presented his credentials to Governor General Quentin Bryce on 26 November 2009, as the 24th American ambassador to the Commonwealth of Australia. On 11 September 2009, President Obama announced his intent to nominate Jeffrey Bleich to be the next US Ambassador to Australia.

18
May
2010
CIPL 20th Anniversary
6.00PM to 9.00PM Conference

The Centre for International and Public Law celebrated its twentieth anniversary at a special evening hosted by the ANU College of Law on 18 May 2010.

12
Nov
2009
Hugh Corder
6.00PM to 7.00PM Lecture
  • Professor Hugh Corder, University of Cape Town

The formal provisions of the South African Constitution have, over the past fifteen years, shifted from a racist variation of parliamentary sovereignty to a constitutional democracy based on limited government under law, striving for dignity, equality and freedom.

13-15
Aug
2009
9.00AM to 5.00PM Workshop
  • Kim Rubenstein

CIPL initiated a series of workshops bringing public and international lawyers and public and international policy makers together for interdisciplinary discussion on selected topics and themes, extending CIPL’s unique project emphasising the links...

31
Oct
2008
6.00PM to 7.15PM Lecture
  • Emeritus Professor Leslie Zines AO FASSA

The lecture will deal with Murray Gleeson’s method of constitutional interpretation, which will cover both matters in ‘The Constitution’ and broader constitutional principles. It will contrast his early statements emphasising ‘strict and complete legalism’ with many of his decisions. 

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