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 was presented in three sessions, each followed by a discussion and sharing of practice.
The first session, Public Law in a Global Context, examined the importance of international and comparative perspectives in public law classrooms. It featured a panel and wider discussion among the workshop participants. The second session showcased cutting edge teaching approaches in the area of Students as Co-Creators in Public Law. The final session was a panel-based discussion of why and how statutory interpretation in public law is important and not boring.