Public Law in the Classroom 2016

Venue: 
UNSW Law
Organisation: 
Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, UNSW and the Public Law and Policy Research Unit, University of Adelaide
Time: 
11.00 am - 4.00 pm
Date: 
Thu, 2016-02-11

The second Public Law in the Classroom workshop for teachers of Australian public law was held in Sydney on Thursday 11 February 2016. This annual event about public law teaching practice and research was hosted by the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, UNSW and the Public Law and Policy Research Unit, University of Adelaide.

A report on the event can be found on the UNSW Law website here.

Further information about the event can be found in the Call for Abstracts and the program.

The abstracts for the poster session are available here.

Here are the posters received for Public Law in the Classroom 2016:

Integrating Statutory Interpretation into Administrative Law Teaching
Dr Judith Bannister and Dr Anna Olijnyk, University of Adelaide

Multiple Choice Questions in a Constitutional Law Exam
Mr Luke Beck, Western Sydney University

Constitutional Law in the Cloud
Mr Peter Black, QUT

Practicing Public Law: a practice-based teaching and learning model for Constitutional Law
Dr Brendan Gogarty, University of Tasmania

The Relevance of Irrelevance in Administrative Law Teaching
Mr Grant Hooper, UNSW

Creating Cohesion: Mini-Moots & Administrative Law
Dr Niamh Kinchin, University of Wollongong

The Foundations of Public Law
Associate Professor Alex Reilly and Dr Adam Webster, University of Adelaide

A Thematic Approach to Teaching Administrative Law
Associate Professor Rick Snell, University of Tasmania

Pioneering Territory: Welcoming Undergraduate Comparative Study of Administrative Law
Associate Professor Rick Snell, University of Tasmania

Critical Thinking and the Rule of Law
Ms Jackie Charles and Mr Nick Clark, Rule of Law Institute of Australia