CONFERENCE: The National Indigenous Legal Conference 2018
School of Indigenous Studies hosts this year’s National Indigenous Legal Conference in partnership with UWA Law School, Notre Dame Law School and the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia.
The conference will attract around 150 delegates from the legal profession and will feature prominent keynote speakers from the Indigenous legal community to discuss current and emerging Indigenous legal rights issues.
The theme of this year’s conference is, Sovereign Laws, Peoples and Voices’, and it will examine amongst other topics:
Indigenous sovereignty under international law
The Uluru Statement from the Heart
Domestic sovereignty and self-determination claims
Native Title Bodies Corporate (prescribed body corporates and registered native title body corporates) across the Kimberley
Criminal justice issues, challenges and opportunities; the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia.
Delegates at the conference will have the opportunity to hear a range of speakers including the Honourable Robert French AC, Professor Megan Davis, Professor Irene Watson and Adjunct Professor Dennis Eggington.
To register visit: www.nilc2018.com.au
The Honourable Robert French AC, Professor Megan Davis, Professor Irene Watson and Adjunct Professor Dennis Eggington plus more.
Tue, 25 Sep 2018 08:30
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 16:00
RSVP is required.
Mon, 06 Aug 2018 11:28
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