Religious Freedom after Ruddock

 

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  • Date9am–5pm Saturday 6 April 2019

  • WhereThe University of Queensland, St Lucia

  • RegisterBook online by 29 March 2019

Join leading legal experts as they consider the future of religious freedom in Australia following the report of the Religious Freedom Review, led by former Attorney-General Philip Ruddock.

The University of Queensland Law School, in partnership with the Australian Law Journal (ALJ), will host the conference, which will examine the Ruddock Panel’s response to its terms of reference, the recommendations it made, the controversies which followed the leaked release of its recommendations, and directions for the future. Some papers presented at the conference will later be published in a special edition of the ALJ.

Following the conference, there will be an optional dinner (at an additional cost).
 

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Conference

 9am–5pm


 Saturday 6 April 2019


 Great Court and TC Beirne School of Law, UQ St Lucia


 $90 incl GST

Dinner

 6–8pm


 Saturday 6 April 2019


 Chislehurst room, UQ Women's College, UQ St Lucia


 $75 incl GST

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Book your conference attendance online via UQPay. Conference-only tickets are $90, or join your fellow attendees for dinner for an additional $75 ($165 total).

All prices include GST.