Book launch event: Health Law: Frameworks and Context

The Victorian Minister for Health, Jill Hennessy MP, will be launching Professor Anne-Maree Farrell’s new book, Health Law: Frameworks and Context (Cambridge University Press, 2017) on Thursday 9 November, 5-6.30pm at La Trobe’s City Campus, 360 Collins St, Level 20.… Continue Reading

Book Review: International Criminal Justice by Gideon Boas and Pascale Chifflet

Recently, Michael G. Karnavas reviewed International Criminal Justice by LLS Professor Gideon Boas and LLS lecturer Pascale Chifflet on his website. He gave the newly published book a very positive review: “In International Criminal Justice, Boas and Chifflet attempt, among… Continue Reading

High Prices of Medicines and The Regulation of Intellectual Property in Europe

On Monday 31st July 2017, Dr Gaëlle Krikorian presented at a Centre for Health Law and Society Research Seminar at La Trobe Law School. Dr Krikorian is based at the Interdisciplinary Research Institute on Social Sciences, Politics and Health (IRIS),… Continue Reading

Judiciaries as Tools of Illiberalism – Approaching the Turkish Case

On Wednesday 3 May La Trobe Law School’s Dr Oz Susler will be joining academics from Deakin University: Dr David Tittensor, Professor Ihsan Yilmaz, and Mr Tezcan Gumus at a panel event at Deakin University to discuss the implications of… Continue Reading

Preparing for the 2017 Willem C. Vis Commercial Arbitration Moot

By Kieren Bramham Mooting has always been something that’s given me a practical opportunity to apply all of the reading required in law school. I remember thinking during my first moot that I was learning more about criminal law than… Continue Reading

La Trobe Law student Jagpreet Sandhu receives CIArb Award

By Jagpreet Sandhu Early in November, I arrived home to some excellent news. Coming off a year-long circuit of international internships, I was quite honestly ready to never travel again. But as luck would have it, I was informed that… Continue Reading

Visit of the President and Judges of the High Court of the Guizhou Province to La Trobe

In 2013 China launched a new round of judicial reforms, while in June 2014, it was decided that local trials will first be conducted in selected locations. For this purpose, seven locations (Jilin, Shanghai, Guangdong, Hubei, Hainan, Guizhou, and Qinghai)… Continue Reading

Savitri Taylor in The Conversation: ‘The Australian Border Force puts the final nail in transparency’s coffin’

Savitri Taylor The Conversation La Trobe refugee immigration

On July 1 the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service merged with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. Hence, The Australian Border Force was born. Savitri Taylor, Associate Professor at La Trobe Law School, whose research focuses on refugee laws… Continue Reading

Book Launch: Cynthia Dearin, Camels, Sheikhs and Billionaires (2015)

The La Trobe Law School is pleased to announce that The Hon Adem Somyürek MP, Victorian Minster for Small Business, Innovation and Trade will launch Camels, Sheikhs and Billionaires: Your Guide to Business Culture in the Middle East and North Africa by Cynthia Dearin on… Continue Reading