Richard Cooper Memorial Lecture Series
|Justice Richard Cooper|
This series of lectures was established in 2005 in honour of the late Justice Richard Cooper of the Federal Court of Australia, who passed away suddenly on 14 March 2005. It is dedicated to the strong interests in maritime and native title law which he developed over the course of a long and distinguished legal career. For information on the Richard Cooper LLM Scholarship, please click here.
2012 Richard Cooper Memorial Lecture
|Topic:||"The Business of Maritime Law"|
|Presenter:||Mr David Taylor - Special Advisor, International Underwriting Association (IUA)|
|Venue:||Court 1, Level 7, Commonwealth Law Courts, 119 North Quay, Brisbane
(Entry via Tank Street)
|Time:||Wed, 12 September : 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm|
|Contact:||Beth Williams, ph: (334) 69350, email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
The TC Beirne School of Law is proud to present the annual Richard Cooper Memorial Lecture, in conjunction with the 2012 Annual MLAANZ Conference. Registration is essential by the 5 September 2012.The lecture will also be broadcast to the following registries of the Federal Court:
In his presentation 'The Business of Maritime Law' David Taylor will consider the component elements of the practice of maritime law: the factors which are key to its continued importance and the relationships which together are essential to its efficiency. He will draw personal experience of casualties on five continents, his involvement in the formation of maritime law and his participation in the London Marine Insurance Market as permanent secretary of the Joint Hull Committee.
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