Category Archives: Lecture/Seminar

Law Council of Australia: ILS International Law and Practice Course 2019

The Law Council of Australia is inviting students and practitioners with an interest in international law to attend the ILS International Law and Practice Course 2019. The course consists of a series of 10 monthly lectures, the first of which will be held on 15 March 2019 on the topic of EU law. Details of the subsequent lectures are set out below.

The Law Council is offering ILA members a special reduced registration fee of $250 for the 10-lecture course (in lieu of $300).

For information on registration and other enquiries, click here. To join the ILA and take advantage of the reduced registration fee, click here.

Upcoming event: State Succession: Can we still hold the Red Cross Ball, now that we are independent?

The International Law Association, Queensland Chapter, is pleased to present special guest speaker the Honourable Margaret White AO, who will address the contemporary issues and international legal consequences which occur when a polity is dismembered, or when it achieves independence, or on the amalgamation of states. For further information, including RSVP details, please see the event flyer.   Date…Continue Reading

Upcoming Events

Dear members and subscribers,   The following upcoming events may be of interest. For further information, please click on the event name. Seminar – To exclude or not to exclude the CISG: Benefits and Risks for Australian Parties (Sydney, 21 October) Book Launch – The Politics of Justifying Force: The Suez Crisis, the Iraq War,…Continue Reading

REMINDER: Upcoming Seminar: Timor-Leste and Australia: The Timor Gap Dispute

The International Law Association (Queensland Chapter) and The Marine and Shipping Law Unit at the TC Beirne School of Law at the University of Queensland are proud to present a twilight seminar on Friday 26 September 2014 on the topic ‘Timor-Leste and Australia: The Timor Gap Dispute’. The guest speaker will be Dr Christopher Ward, barrister-at-law, President of the Australian Branch of…Continue Reading

REMINDER: Upcoming Queensland Event on Flight MH370 and International Law

On 7 August 2014, the Queensland Chapter of the International Law Association will host a seminar by Dr Shane Monks, barrister-at-law, on the topic ‘Flight MH370: International Law and How We Use It’.   The mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, and the search for it, provide an excellent opportunity to reflect upon the complexity and…Continue Reading

REMINDER: Upcoming Colloquium: Settlement of International Boundaries–Applying the principles to Australia, Timor-Leste and Indonesia in the Timor Sea

The International Law Association is proud to co-sponsor–with the International Commission of Jurists–an upcoming colloquium entitled Settlement of International Boundaries: Applying the principles to Australia, Timor-Leste and Indonesia in the Timor Sea on 16 August 2014 at the University of New South Wales.   For more information,please see the event page.Continue Reading

Latest Announcements

In this update: Conference: The strategic corporal re-visited–challenges for combatants in twenty-first century warfare Seminar: North Korea, International Law and Political Reality Speech: The Maritime Boundaries of East Timor–the Role of International Law   Conference: The strategic corporal re-visited–challenges for combatants in twenty-first century warfare 28 & 29 August, Canberra This conference will  be hosted by the Centre…Continue Reading

Upcoming Events

Dear Members and Subscribers, There are a number of events of interest coming up in the next few weeks: On 24 June, the UNCITRAL National Coordination Committee for Australia will present a seminar in Sydney by Jenny Clift entitiled UNCITRAL and Australia: Past, Present and Future. Further details available on the event page. On 26…Continue Reading

Cross-posting: ICRC event in Melbourne on new technologies and the future battlefield

As part of the Humanitarium Research and Debate Cycle on New Technologies and the Modern Battlespace, the ICRC Australia Mission will be hosting a panel discussion on ‘New technologies and the future battlefield’, focusing on soldier enhancement.   This free event will take place on 27 May 2014 in Lecture Theatre G08, Melbourne Law School, 185 Pelham…Continue Reading

International Law Association (Vic Chapter): March Newsletter and AFIA Symposium

March Newsletter The Victorian chapter of ILA’s first newsletter for 2014 is now available!    In this edition: President’s Report  ‘Justified Morality’ and Seals – International Economic Law Update  Editor’s blog roll  BIMCO’s Recognition of the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration  ILA Public International Law Moot  International Law Events and Conferences Interview – Katie Allan…Continue Reading