In Conversation: Hannah Robert & Anna Clark discussing Paved with Good Intentions

For the launch of  Paved with Good Intentions in October, we had planned an ‘In Conversation’ session between the author and launch-ee Hannah Robert and the illustrious launch-er (and author of no less than six books of her own), Dr… Continue Reading

Book Launch: Paved with Good Intentions: Terra Nullius, Aboriginal Land Rights and Settler-Colonial Law

On 23 November 2016, La Trobe Law School would like to invite you to the launch of Hannah Robert’s new book called Paved with Good Intentions: Terra Nullius, Aboriginal Land Rights and Settler-Colonial Law. Abstract Over a century before Mabo… Continue Reading

La Trobe Law School Academic’s Submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee featured on ABC

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La Trobe Law School academics and students have recently made a submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee alleging violations of Australia’s obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). The complaint to the UN was… Continue Reading

Megan Davis on the Issue of Constitutional Recognition

By Thomas Weston The Law Institute of Victoria’s Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Lunch opened with a sobering statistic: In 2015, the gender pay gap in legal services was as great as 34.3%. Dame Roma Mitchell, a pioneer of women’s rights,… Continue Reading