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23.11.2021

WA Lee Equity Lecture 2021

Justice SC Derrington, President of the ALRC, presented the address for the WA Lee Equity Lecture at the Banco Court in Brisbane on 18 November 2021. The WA Lee Equity Lecture is held each year in honour of foremost equity and trusts academic and author, Honorary Professor WA ‘Tony’ Lee. This prestigious series of lectures

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16.11.2021

ARITA Expert Series: Insolvency

Justice SC Derrington, President of the ALRC, presented at the ARITA Expert Series: Insolvency on 11 November 2021.

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06.07.2021

I dissent; but why?

Justice SC Derrington, President of the ALRC, presented at the Dissent in Insurance Law Webinar hosted by British Insurance Law Association and the Corporate and Financial Law Research Group on 5 July 2021. Read I dissent; but why? address >>

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05.07.2021

Boldly Academic: Defining, Supporting and Celebrating Legal Scholarship

Justice SC Derrington, President of the ALRC, presented at the 2021 ALAA Conference on 5 July 2021. Read Boldly Academic: Defining, Supporting and Celebrating Legal Scholarship address >>

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12.05.2021

Legislative morass and the rule of law: a warning, and some possible solutions

Australian Public Law Blog Article by William Isdale and Christopher Ash

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31.12.2020

Corporate Criminal Responsibility – the Case for Reform

Article originally published in Law Letter, the magazine of the Tasmanian legal profession.

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03.12.2020

Judicial Bias and Public Confidence: The Importance of Good Data

The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has been asked to review the laws relating to impartiality and bias as they apply to the federal judiciary in Australia. These laws seek to ensure that justice is both done and seen to be done in Commonwealth courts and tribunals.

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18.11.2020

Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence: In Conversation with the Australian Law Reform Commission

On Wednesday 18 November Matt Corrigan (ALRC General Counsel) and Tess Van Geelen (ALRC Legal Officer) presented to the UN Global Compact Network Australia (GCNA) on mandatory human rights due diligence in the Australian legal landscape.

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22.10.2020

The Future of Law Reform in Australia

The Law Society of Tasmania Law Letter Article by ALRC Principal Legal Officer Micheil Paton

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19.10.2020

Closing The Gap on Business and Human Rights

Human Rights Pulse Article by ALRC Legal Officer Tess Van Geelen

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