Marc Trabsky on Coronial Architecture and Memories of the Dead

Marc Trabsky La Trobe Law School

In ‘The Custodian of Memories: Coronial Architecture in Nineteenth-century Melbourne’, Marc Trabsky, Lecturer at La Trobe Law School and Editor of the Law and Justice blog, explores the development of coronial architecture as a distinctive genre of legal architecture in Australia… Continue Reading

Marc Trabsky on ‘Institutionalising the Public Abattoir in Nineteenth Century Colonial Society’

Marc Trabsky La Trobe Law School

Marc Trabsky, Lecturer at La Trobe Law School has recently published an article on the history of the public abattoir in a Special Issue of the Australian Feminist Law Journal, 2014, Volume 40, Issue 2. In ‘Institutionalising the Public Abattoir in Nineteenth… Continue Reading

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Legal Personhood #1: The Corpse

Marc Trabsky La Trobe Law School

Welcome to the first blog post in a series of entries on the theme of legal personhood. Each fortnight we will ask a La Trobe Law School academic to write about how the concept of legal personhood intersects with their research interests.… Continue Reading