Recent Article by Dr Savitri Taylor in the Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal

Savitri Taylor La Trobe Law School Immigration

La Trobe Law School warmly congratulates Associate Professor, Dr Savitri Taylor on her recent publication in the Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, entitled “Escaping Accountability: A Case of Australia’s Asylum Seeker Policy” (2016, Volume 29, Iss 6). The paper addresses… Continue Reading

New publication by Dr Savitri Taylor in Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Savitri Taylor La Trobe Law School Immigration

The La Trobe Law School warmly congratulates Associate Professor, Dr Savitri Taylor on her recent publication in the journal of Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal entitled “Growing Pains: The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network at Seven Years” (S.Taylor, ‘Growing… Continue Reading

Associate Professor Fiona Kelly completes Legal Toolkit for parents of transgender children seeking hormone treatment

Fiona Kelly La Trobe Law

In 2015, Associate Professor Fiona Kelly received a grant from the Victorian Law Foundation to create a Legal Toolkit for parents of transgender children seeking hormone treatment (often referred to as stage two treatment). Australia is the only country in… Continue Reading

La Trobe Law School Congratulates Dr Lola Akin Ojelabi on recent publication in Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution!

The La Trobe Law School warmly congratulates Dr Lola Akin Ojelabi on her recent publication in the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, entitled “Mediators and Substantive Justice: A View from Rawls’ Original Position” (Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution,… Continue Reading

Recent Article by Marc Trabsky in the International Journal of Law in Context

Marc Trabsky La Trobe Law School

Coronial manuals first appeared in Australia in the nineteenth century. They differed from their English counterparts insofar as they addressed the problem of a paucity of technical knowledge and the difficulty of transmitting legal opinions across vast frontiers. One of the most notable manuals was… Continue Reading

New issue of Law in Context: ‘Law and Love’

With Michael Kirby on the future of Law Schools. This Special Issue of Law in Context aims to explore the intersection of the ideal of love in our social imaginary and the rule of law in our political imaginary. Further… Continue Reading

Recent Article by Professor Paula Baron and Marc Trabsky in the Journal of Law and Medicine

Marc Trabsky Paula Baron

Professor Paula Baron, Chair of Common Law at La Trobe Law School, and La Trobe Law Lecturer Marc Trabsky, recently published ’Negotiating Grief and Trauma in the Coronial Jurisdiction’ in the Journal of Law and Medicine. In this article, Professor Baron and… Continue Reading

Recent article by Ann Wardrop in the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice

Dr Ann Wardrop, Senior Lecturer at La Trobe Law School, recently published ‘Surcharging for Payment: Payment Systems Regulation and the Constitution of a New Economic Norm’ in the most recent issue of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice. In… Continue Reading

Hannah Robert Appears on ‘Is Nothing Sacred? on Joy 94.9

Hannah Roberts La Trobe Law School

Last month, La Trobe Law School lecturer Hannah Robert appeared on an episode of Is Nothing Sacred?, airing on Joy FM radio station. In ‘College Girls’, five La Trobe University PhD students summarised the subjects of their thesis and answered questions… Continue Reading

Recent Article by Professor Paula Baron in the Australian Feminist Law Journal

Paula Baron La Trobe Law School

Professor Paula Baron, Chair of Common Law at La Trobe Law School, recently published ‘The Elephant in the Room? Lawyer Wellbeing and the Impact of Unethical Behaviours’ in the Australian Feminist Law Journal. In this article, Professor Baron looks into any unethical behaviour that… Continue Reading