2017 Alumni Seminar Series
Executions in our region – who is doing what, and why?
by Julian McMahon, Barrister and human rights advocate
Please join us for the first Alumni Seminar of 2017, with special guest speaker Julian McMahon.
Mr McMahon will provide a short address followed by an ‘in conversation’ session with Professor Bryan Horrigan, Dean of the Faculty of Law.
Date: Wednesday 15 February, 2017
Time: 5:45pm for 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Venue: Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne
Format: Seminar and ‘in conversation’ session, followed by drinks and canapes
RSVP: Wednesday 8 February, 2017 HERE
Mr Julian McMahon
Julian McMahon did his LLM in the mid 1990s at Monash while working full time as a junior lawyer. Since becoming a barrister in 1998, his work has been in criminal law. Following the arrest of young Australian Van Nguyen in Singapore in 2002, he has been involved in death penalty cases. Over time this work has broadened to a more general advocacy role on the issue. He is currently President of Reprieve Australia, a single issue organisation committed to ending the death penalty. In the last few years Julian has travelled widely and worked with lawyers and others across the region, and spoken often in Australia and internationally on the death penalty, the rule of law, and related matters.
In 2016 Julian was the Victorian Australian of the Year. He was recently awarded the Law Council of Australia President’s Medal for 2016. He is on the board of Reprieve Australia and of Jesuit Social Services.
About the Alumni Seminar Series
Our Monash Law Alumni Seminar Series is exclusively for the benefit of our Monash Law alumni community.
The series provides a unique opportunity to hear from successful and engaging individuals, drawn from our own Monash Law community, who have made significant contributions to their fields, in Law and beyond.
We welcome any questions you may like to pose to Julian McMahon for the ‘in conversation’ session. Please send them directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.