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

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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

Dr Fiona Kelly to appear before the Federal Parliamentary Friendship Group for LGBTIQ Australians

Fiona Kelly La Trobe Law

Dr Fiona Kelly, Associate Professor of La Trobe Law School, has been invited by Senator Janet Rice to participate in a panel discussion before the federal Parliamentary Friendship Group for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) Australians. The Panel… Continue Reading

‘Transgender Children and the Family Court’ – Associate Professor Fiona Kelly at 2015 LSAANZ Conference

Fiona Kelly La Trobe Law

La Trobe Law School academic, Associate Professor Fiona Kelly, presented a paper last week at the annual Australian and New Zealand Law and Society Association Conference at Flinders Law School in Adelaide. The flyer for the conference can be accessed, here. Abstract A rapidly… Continue Reading

Fiona Kelly Answers Questions about IVF and Donor Conception in The Conversation @ConversationEDU

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Last month, readers of The Conversation were invited to submit questions about IVF and donor conception to a panel of eminent scholars. Dr Fiona Kelly, Senior Lecturer, at the La Trobe Law School was invited to provide answers to questions relating to… Continue Reading

Staff Snapshot #3: Dr Fiona Kelly

Fiona Kelly La Trobe Law

Welcome to the third staff snapshot for 2015. Each month we will interview a La Trobe Law School academic about their research interests and career trajectories. Today’s post features Fiona Kelly, Senior Lecturer and Director of Research, who teaches, researches and writes about family… Continue Reading

Same-Sex Marriage Highlights Difference in Australian and United State Constitutional Arrangements

By Craig Over On June 6 the Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled in Obergefell v Hodges by a majority of 5:4 that a denial of marriage recognition of gays and lesbians was a denial of a fundamental… Continue Reading