Richard Cooper Memorial Lecture Series
|Justice Richard Cooper|
The Richard Cooper Memorial Lecture is a joint initiative of the TC Beirne School of Law and the Federal Court of Australia. The series 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.
|2015 Richard Cooper Memorial Lecture|
|Topic||"A ‘Diminished Nation?’ The ‘races’ power, non-discrimination and the Native Title Act"|
|Presenter||Jonathan Fulcher - Partner, Resources and Energy, Hopgood Ganim|
|Venue||Court 1, Level 7, Harry Gibbs Commonwealth Law Courts, 119 North Quay, Brisbane|
|Time||Thu, 20 August, 5:30pm-7:30pm AEST|
|Contact||Jane Gay, email: email@example.com|
|More Information||The TC Beirne School of Law and the Federal Court of Australia are proud to present the annual Richard Cooper Memorial Lecture.
Live broadcast from Brisbane to Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth Federal Court Registries.
Sydney: Court 1, Level 21, Law Courts Building, Queens Square, Sydney from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Melbourne: Court 1, Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 305 William Street from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Adelaide: Court 3 Roma Mitchell Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 3 Angas St from 5:00pm to 7:00pm.
Perth: Court 4, Peter Durack Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 1 Victoria Avenue from 3:30pm to 5:30pm.
Registration is essential by Thursday, 13 August 2015. Please be sure to indicate which state you will be attending in.
|Registration:||Click here to register|
|2014||Dr Christopher Ward||International Law and the South China Sea: Atolls and Arbitrations
Click here to watch video
|2013||Raelene Webb QC||Indigenous sea rights – the Grotius heritage|
|2012||Mr David Taylor||The Business of Maritime Law
|2011||Professor Rob Merkin||Australia: Still a Nation of Chalmers?
|2010||Professor Bradford Morse||Seeking to Forge a Partnership: The Challenge of Building Positive Relationships Between Indigenous Peoples and Settler States in the 21st Century
|2009||Professor Nick Gaskell||The Rotterdam Rules 2009: Issues for Australia?
|Admiralty Law – What is it Good For?|
|International Law & Native Title in Australia|
|2006||Justice James Allsop||Australian Admiralty and Maritime Law – Sources and Future Directions|
|2005||Professor Edgar Gold AM CM QC||Bloodhounds, Scapegoats and Fatcats: Criminal Action, Professional Duty and Corporate Responsibility in the Maritime Menagerie|
A joint initiative of