Faculty of Law

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Internationally renowned human rights legal specialist Professor Sandra Liebenberg, from Stellenbosch University in South Africa, will deliver this year's Australian Human Rights Centre Annual Public Lecture at UNSW.

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Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser is one of the human rights experts speaking at the UNSW branch of Amnesty International's public symposium 'Human rights and Australian identity in the age of terror'.

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The Advisory Council of Jurists of the Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions met at UNSW's Faculty of Law to begin a four day meeting to consider the right to the environment.

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Indigenous leaders and Indigenous law experts will debate the impact of the 'Bringing Them Home' report when they take part in the Ten Years Later: Bringing Them Home and the Forced Removal of Children conference.

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Australia's leading media professionals will debate the challenges of 'new media' and the changing role of traditional media when they take part in a media forum at UNSW.

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Dr Geoff Gallop, former Premier of Western Australia, will discuss the challenge of living with a mental illness in a high profile profession when he gives the second Tristan Jepson Memorial Lecture, presented by UNSW.

Former High Court Justice, the Hon Michael McHugh AC, QC, will argue that High Court decisions on the common law have often forced the Federal and State legislatures to enact controversial and politically divisive legislation to overcome those decisions, when he presents the 2007 Hal Wootten lect

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Zimbabwe's Opposition Leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, will give a public lecture at UNSW this week.

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Former High Court Justice, Michael McHugh, has outlined how the High Court has often frustrated the legislative policies of political parties in a public lecture at UNSW.

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Former High Court Justice the Hon Michael McHugh AC, QC will discuss the legislative repercussions of High Court decisions when he presents the annual Hal Wootten lecture at UNSW.

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