Public Law in the Classroom 2019

Law Building - Building F8 UNSW Kensington, Sydney, NSW 2052
10:45 - 16:15
Thu, 2019-02-14

Free online registration is available here

Event program available here.

Organised by the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, UNSW and Public Law and Policy Research Unit, University of Adelaide

Public Law in the Classroom has become a community-building forum in which teachers of Australian public law can share ideas and inspire one another. The 2019 Workshop will be presented in three sessions, with plenty of time for discussion and sharing of practice in each.

The first session, Public Law in a Global Context, will examine the importance of international and comparative perspectives in public law classrooms. It will include a panel and wider discussion among the workshop participants. The second session will showcase cutting edge teaching approaches in the area of Students as Co-Creators in Public Law. The final session will be a panel-based discussion of why and how statutory interpretation in public law is important and not boring.