Podcasts 2016

February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September


February


ACCEL 2016 Conference:
'The Legal Implications of the Paris Agreement'
11 February 2016
Speaker: Various conference speakers
Visit the event page to download

Republic of Brazil v Durant
and the Principles of Tracing
25 February 2016
Speaker: Adjunct Professor Joe Campbell
1 hr 31 min 49 sec Download (mp3, 88.2mb)


March


Distinguished Speakers Program:
Public Reason and Administrative Legitimacy

3 March 2016
Speaker: Adjunct Jerry L. Mashaw, Sterling Professor of Law, Emeritus at Yale Law School 
29 min 35 sec Download (mp3, 27 mb)

Sydney's Lockout Laws: Cutting Crime or Civil Liberties?
Dr Don Weatherburn - The Effect of Liquor Licensing Restrictions on Assault in the Kings Cross and Sydney CBD Entertainment Precincts
14 March 2016
Speakers:
- Dr Don Weatherburn, Director of the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, Adjunct Professor with the School of Social Science and Policy, University of New South Wales
- Professor Murray Lee, Sydney Law School
- Associate Professor Kane Race, the Department of Gender & Cultural Studies, The University of Sydney
- Professor Kate Conigrave, Addiction Medicine Specialist, Public Health Physician
- Chair: Associate Professor Julia Quilter
1 hr 07 min 42 sec Download Sydney Lockout Laws: Cutting Crime or Civil Liberties (mp4, 429 mb)
17 min 19 sec Download Dr Don Weatherburn presentation (mp4, 77.8 mb)



April

Sydney Institute of Criminology 50th Anniversary Lecture: Southern Criminology and Global Justice
19 April 2016
Speaker: Professor Kerry Carrington, School of Justice, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology
54 min 34 sec Download (mp3, 49.9 mb)



May

Welcome Speech
Prize giving ceremony 2016
5 May 2016
Speaker: Professor Joellen Riley, Dean, Sydney Law School
10 min 15 sec, Download (mp3, 9.39mb)

Student Address
Prize giving ceremony 2016
5 May 2016
Speaker: Student Address by The University Medallist for Law, Melissa Chen
15 min 22 sec, Download (mp3, 14.0mb)

Sydney Institute of Criminology 50th Anniversary Lecture: Rack 'em, Stack 'em and Pack 'em": Decarceration in an Age of Zero Tolerance
11 May 2016
Speaker: Dr Don Weatherburn, Director of the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, Adjunct Professor with the School of Social Science and Policy, University of New South Wales
49 min 01 sec, Download (mp3, 44.8mb)



June

Family Comes First: Implementing Family Intervention in Juvenile Justice
22 June 2016
Speakers:
Professor Chris Trotter, Monash University
Leonie Bender, Regional Director, Juvenile Justice
Craig Biles, Area Manager, Juvenile Justice
Jason Coyle, Juvenile Justice Caseworker
1 hr 37 min 47 sec, Download (mp3, 89.5mb)



July

Distinguished Speakers Program:
Advancing Global and National Health Security: Lessons from SARS and MERS to Ebola and Zika

20 July 2016
Speaker:
Professor Lawrence Gostin, Georgetown University
Responders:
Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott, University of Sydney
Professor Roger Magnusson, University of Sydney
1 hr 01 min 51 sec, Download (mp3, 56.6mb)



August

Pharmacotherapies and Crime: the impact of drugs on offending behaviour
9 August 2016
Speakers:
Professor Tony Butler, Program Head of the Justice Health Research Program at the Kirby Institute, UNSW Australia
Professor David Greenberg, Adjunct Professor of Forensic Psychiatry, University of New South Wales
Professor Michael Farrell, Director of the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), University of New South Wales
Associate Professor Barbara Meyer, School of Medicine and Director of the Lipid Research Centre at the University of Wollongong
Associate Professor Mitch Byrne, Clinical and Forensic Psychologist
Dr Sascha Callaghan, The University of Sydney
Dr Maggie Hall, criminologist, criminal lawyer and social worker
1 hr 41 min 47 sec, Download (mp3, 93.1mb)

Distinguished Speakers Program:
East West Street: A Personal History of the Origins of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity

25 August 2016
Speaker: Professor Philippe Sands QC, University College London
1 hr 04 min 40 sec, Download (mp3, 59.2mb)



September

Distinguished Speakers Program:
Women in the Criminal Justice System: More often troubled than troublesome

13 September 2016
Speaker: The Right Honourable Baroness Corston
41 min 46 sec, Download (mp3, 38.2mb)