Receiving Laws/ Giving Laws:
The 31st Annual Conference of the
December 2012, UTS, Sydney
Paper proposals due 31 July 2012
The 31st Annual Conference of the Australia and New Zealand Law and History Society will be held at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), 10-12 December 2012.
- Keynote speaker: Professor Philip Girard, Dalhousie – “Colonization, Culture, Continuity: The Role of Law”
- Plenary speaker: Professor Christopher Tomlins, UC Irvine – “Debt, Death, and Redemption: Toward a History of the Turner Rebellion”
- Keynote Panel: “Receiving Laws / Giving Laws: Three Takes” - Professor Anne Orford, Melbourne, A/Prof Katherine Biber, UTS, Dr Damen Ward, Crown Law, Wellington
More information, including on the conference theme, can be found at http://www.law.uts.edu.au/research/conferences/index.html
Inquiries or paper proposals - including a title, brief abstract and brief biography - should be sent to email@example.com by 31 July 2012. While papers on the conference theme are encouraged, abstracts can be submitted on any legal history topic.
All proposals will be assessed, and successful submitters contacted at the end of July. Conference registration, accommodation and other information will be posted to the conference webpage in August.
UTS is the most centrally located law school in Sydney, situated next to Central Station, on the edge of China Town, three minutes by monorail from Sydney’s central shopping district and a short trip to the harbour by direct train or bus.