Welcome to Law Evenings, a research seminar series presented to you by the UniSA Business School's School of Law.

The Law Evening Research Seminar Series is an initiative the School of Law designed in 2010 to showcase research activity within the school, and to engage with members of the wider profession and university community on topical legal questions.

Law Evenings is designed to engage with members of the wider profession and university community on topical legal questions. Seminars will be held after business hours, at UniSA's City West Campus, and will follow a structure that also provides opportunities for networking:

We invite you to come along to our Law Evening Research Seminar Series as we showcase our leading research and feature local South Australian wine and finger food to be enjoyed.

5:306:00pm Drinks, canapes and networking
6:007:00pm Presentation, commentary and questions

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points

You may earn CPD points for all Law Evenings seminars. Each seminar accounts for 1 CPD point, under the general category. Please ensure your attendance is confirmed at the welcome desk upon arrival.


Click on the corresponding seminar to register. Registrations are essential.

Program for 2018

Friday 
16 February

Topic: 'Should we breakup the tech giants?'
Presenter: Professor Nicolas Petit

Wednesday
23 May

robyn layton picTopic: 'Adelaide and Lahore have more in common than you think'
Presenter: The Honourable Dr Robyn Layton AO QC

 

Wednesday
5 September

jennifer mckay  Topic: 'What is the  balance between people power and proponent power in Australian environmental  debates?'                                               

  Presenter: Professor Jennifer McKay