Podcasts 2013

March | April | Sydney Law School Open Day | May | Prizegiving Ceremony | June | July | August | September | October | November

March

PhilScraton_130309

'Hearing Voices' The Incarceration of Women

Professor Phil Scraton, Professor of Criminology, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, School of Law, Queen's University, Belfast

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Credit Derivatives & the Credit Crunch

JJ de Vries Robbé, Dutch Development Bank FMO

April

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Judging in the International Court of Justice and Other national and international Courts and Tribunals

Sir Kenneth Keith ONZ KBE QC, Judge of the International Court of Justice

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An Australian Bill of Rights? Learning from the British Experience

Professor Conor Gearty, Professor of Human Rights Law and Director of the Centre for the Study of Human Rights, London School of Economics.

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Israel's War in Gaza and International Law

Professor Yuval Shany, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

JonJackson_170409

Trust in justice and the legitimacy of legal authorities

Dr Jon Jackson, London School of Economics and Political Science

AndrewDickinson_200409

The New European Private International Law of Obligations: Marvel or Monstrosity?

Andrew Dickinson, Solicitor Advocate; Consultant to Clifford Chance LLP; and visiting fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law

 

Sydney Law School Open Day - 30 April 2009

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Are Companies Capable of Telling the Truth?

A provocative seminar exploring the excesses of executives..

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State Building: the New Imperialism

Who are we to impose our ideology of democracy, human rights and the rule of law on foreign countries? Experienced panelists will discuss the morality of law and development.

May

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Current issues in International Commercial Arbitration

Professor James Crawford, SC LLD FBA, Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge

Prizegiving Ceremony 2009

PrizegivingCeremony

Prizegiving Ceremony Welcome speech

Professor Gillian Triggs, Dean of the Faculty of Law

June

MattLaffan

Inaugural Matt Laffan Address in Social Justice

Graeme Innes AM, Human Rights Commissioner and Disability Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission

July

PeterSinger

Ethics and World Poverty

Professor Peter Singer
Ira W DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University

PhilipPettit

A Republican Law of Peoples

Professor Philip Pettit
LS Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University

WojciechSadurski

Reasonableness in Law and Politics

Professor Wojciech Sadurski
Challis Professor of Jurisprudence, Sydney Law School

August

LawrenceGostin

Global Health Beyond the Millennium Development Goals

Professor Lawrence Gostin Professors, Linda D and Timothy J O'Neill, Global Health Law, Georgetown University Law Centre
Professor Daniel Tarantola, Health and Human Rights, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, The University of New South Wales

TomCampbell

Resuscitating Lost Causes: Confessions of a Legal Positivist

Professor Tom Campbell
Director, Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics

AndrewStoler

Are the WTO Negotiations Leading Nowhere? Arguments for a Critical Mass Approach

Andrew Stoler
Executive Director, Institute for International Trade and Former Deputy Director-General of the World Trade Organization

KazuoSugeno

Towards a New Form of Flexicurity?: Fluctuating Employment System in Japan

Professor Kazuo Sugeno
Professor of Labor Law, University of Tokyo

 

 

 

September

MurrayGleeson

Legal interpretation: the bounds of legitimacy

Mr Murray Gleeson AC,
Former Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia; Adjunct Professor, Sydney Law School.

Dennis

Common Law Right to Confrontation: Meanings and Myths

Professor Ian Dennis,
Professor of Law and Director of the Centre for Criminal Law, UCL and Editor, Criminal Law Review

October

Valverde

How The Earth Became a Collection of Land Uses

Professor Mariana Valverde
Director, Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto

Guantanamo

Guantanamo Redux: The Obama Effect and its Significance for David Hicks and Australia

Kate Eastman, Barrister
Geoffrey Garrett, University of Sydney
Katie Wood, Amnesty International

deketelaere

The EU Emissions Trading Scheme: What Can Australia Learn?

Professor Dr.Kurt Deketelaere, Director, Institute for Environmental and Energy Law, Katolieke Universiteit Leuven

 

November

Koskenniemi

Julius Stone Address: Ius Gentium and Forms of Modern Power: The Legacy of 16th Century Spanish Scholasticism

Professor Martti Koskenniemi
Academy Professor, University of Helsinki

Spigelman

The Forgotten Freedom: Freedom from Fear

The Honourable James Spigelman AC
NSW Supreme Court

Bilchitz

Exploring the Horizontal Application of the South African Bill of Rights to Corporations: a Model for Australia and International Law?

Dr. David Bilchitz
Director of the South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional, Public, Human Rights and International Law (SAIFAC)

Webber

Reconciliation and Injustice in Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations

Professor Jeremy Webber
Canada Research Chair in Law and Society, University of Victoria, Canada