26 June 2017 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
This Lecture is named in honour of Melbourne Law School’s distinguished alumnus, Harold Ford, who passed away in September 2012. This lecture is co-presented by the Melbourne Law School and the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation, and sponsored by Clayton Utz.
7 July 2017 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Peter Tinslay, Antiquarian Bookseller & Rare Books & Archives Valuer and Carole Hinchcliff, Law School Librarian at the University of Melbourne talk about collecting rare law books.
This program features selected rare law book titles held in The University Library’s Law Rare Book collection. Attendees are invited to bring a rare law book for discussion and comment.
26 July 2017 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
In many western legal systems, public law stands at the crossroads. Now a well–established field of law and doctrinal inquiry, public law has nevertheless either lost its self-evident "autonomy" in the continental systems (as in France) or never acquired such a privileged status (UK, and possibly Australia), despite its development. Redefining the boundaries of public law now seems more necessary than ever. This may raise questions as to the status of the core concepts in the field, and a willingness to challenge the very nature of the "publicness" of public law.