Constitutional Reform by The Hon Nicola Roxon MP, the Attorney-General for the Commonwealth of Australia
Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
The Hon Nicola Roxon MP, the Attorney-General for the Commonwealth of Australia
Australia’s first female attorney-general, The Hon. Nicola Roxon MP, will present a free public lecture on Constitutional Reform. An alumna of Melbourne Law School, she won the Supreme Court Prize in 1990. Prior to her election to Parliament in 1998, Ms Roxon worked in several positions in the legal profession and beyond: as judge’s associate for Justice Mary Gaudron in the High Court of Australia; as an industrial lawyer; as a union organiser; and as senior associate with law firm Maurice Blackburn and Co.
The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies is hosting a conference on recent developments in constitutional law from Thursday 19 to Saturday 21 July 2012. The conference will open on the evening of Thursday 19 July with this public lecture.
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