HDR Research Colloquium

When9am - 7pm
Friday, 27 October

WhereTC Beirne School of Law
Forgan Smith Building (#1)

A significant event in the TC Beirne School of Law calendar is the HDR Research Colloquium.

This is an opportunity for academics and the wider School community to discover the diversity of research being undertaken by our HDR candidates. 

This year, the Colloquium will also include presentations by the Law Library, Graduate School and Learning Advisory Service. All are welcome to attend. 

Please register your attendance, as spaces are limited.

Program

9am

Registrations


9.15am

Welcome - Prof Jennifer Corrin (HDR Coordinator)


9.30am

Student presentations - Theme I: Private Law; Land and Resources


11am

Morning tea


11.30am

Student presentations - Theme II: Intellectual Property


1pm

Lunch


1.40pm

Presentation - Rachael Pitt, Graduate School: Career Development Framework


2pm

Student presentations - Theme III: Human Rights


3.15pm

Presentation - Thomas Palmer, Law Library: HDRs and the Library


3.30pm

Afternoon tea and HDR Posters (if any)


4pm

Presentation - Dr Michael Welch, Learning Advisor: Time Management


4.45pm

Student presentations - Part-Time Candidates Presentations


5.45pm

Reflection and Wrap-Up


6pm

Drinks and Award Presentations (Sir Gerard Brennan Boardroom, Level 3, Forgan Smith)


7pm

Colloquium concludes


Abstracts

  • Asokendaran, Sarah

    Interstate Harmonisation of Underground Water Regulatory Frameworks for Unconventional Gas Resources Through Statutory Water Plans
  • Bosse, Jocelyn

    Fragmentation of Biodiscovery Law in Australia
  • Brown, Tad

    Intellectual Property and Peanuts
  • Fell, Andrew

    Coherence and Illegality in Private Law
  • Finlay, Lorraine

    The Universal Franchise: the Protection of Voting Rights Under the Australian Constitution
  • Jefferson, David J

    Re-Discovering Policy Space For Plant Variety Protection Lawmaking: The Ecuadorian Experience
  • Jensen, Craig

    International Obligations and Human Rights in Australian Extradition
  • McDonald, Rachel

    Breastfeeding At Work: A Critical Review of Australia’s Laws and Practice
  • Pickering, Anne

    Customary land tenure: A key area for consideration in development opportunities and challenges in the Pacific Island countries
  • Thompson, Brooke

    The Feasibility of Legal Pluralism in Australia’s Secular Framework – Would the Introduction of Sharia Inheritance Laws Be A Viable Exception?