Global Public Law Virtual Book Seminar Series 2021

Venue: 
Online
Date: 
Fri, 2021-03-19 - Fri, 2021-10-22

The aim of this series is to invite leading scholars in public law around the globe to share ideas from a recent book with an Australian audience. The Series will be hosted by the G+T Centre and feature Australian-based commentators from both within and outside the Centre to discuss the book with the authors.  It will also involve a collaboration with AUSPUBLAW, to develop a special blog series featuring commentary on the book for an Australian audience. 

 

1pm - Friday 19 March

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Julie Suk, We the Women: The Unstoppable Mothers of the Equal Rights Amendment (Simon & Schuster, 2020)

Commentator: Helen Irving , Kim Rubenstein

Chair: Rosalind Dixon

 

1pm - Friday 23 April

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Ran Hirschl, City, State: Constitutionalism and the Megacity (OUP, 2020)

Commentators: Adrienne Stone, Erika Arban

Chair: Rosalind Dixon

 

1pm - Friday 28 May

Note: This session is jointly hosted by the ILC and marks the 4th anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

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Richard Albert, Constitutional Amendments: Making, Breaking and Changing Constitutions (OUP, 2019)

Commentators: Paul Kildea, Gabrielle Appleby

Chair: Rosalind Dixon

 

1pm - Friday 18 June

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Featured Books:

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Philipp Dann

Commentators: Professor Melissa Crouch, Professor Theunis Roux

Chair: Siddharth Narrain

 

1pm - Friday 20 August

Registration coming soon

Kent Roach, Remedies for Human Rights Violations: A Two-Track Approach to Supra-national and National Law (CUP, 2021)

Commentators: TBC

Chair: Janina Boughey

 

5pm - Friday 17 September

Registration coming soon

Joanna Bell, The Anatomy of Administrative Law (Hart, 2020)

Commentators: Mark Aronson, Janina Boughey

Chair:  Lisa Burton Crawford

 

5pm - Friday 22 October

Registration coming soon

Aileen Kavanagh, The Collaborative Constitution (CUP, forthcoming)

Commentators: Rosalind Dixon, Joshua Aird

Chair: Rosalind Dixon