Researching Tort Law in Australia: Emerging Voices, Fresh Perspectives

07/11/2022 09:45 am 07/11/2022 03:00 pm Australia/Melbourne Researching Tort Law in Australia: Emerging Voices, Fresh Perspectives

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Hosted by CLARS, this Monash Law Faculty event aims to bring together new and emerging voices in Australian tort law scholarship. It accommodates a distinguished international scholar, Professor Claudio Michelon (University of Edinburgh), who will present and open for discussion a working research paper on corrective justice tort theory.

As a workshop, the event seeks to facilitate conversation between a range of new and emerging scholarly voices in the field of tort law research. The voices are deliberately diverse. An exciting range of interdisciplinary perspectives will be brought to bear, extending beyond theory to include doctrinal, historical and practical perspectives.

In addition to sharing and discussing new research ideas and projects, the workshop has a more fundamental purpose - to build new ties and strengthen existing connections between emerging tort scholars who teach and research in different Australian universities and in different jurisdictions.

As a webinar viewer, you will have a chance to send your questions to our distinguished scholars throughout the workshop.


Workshop Panellists:

  • Claudio Michelon , Professor, University of Edinburgh
  • Michael Douglas , Lecturer, University of Western Australia
  • Sharon Erbacher , Senior Lecturer, Deakin University
  • Andrew Fell , Lecturer, University of Queensland
  • Marco Rizzi , Senior Lecturer, University of Western Australia
  • Tina Popa ,Senior Lecturer, RMIT University
  • Martin Allcock  , Lecturer, Curtin University
  • Laura Williams , Lecturer, La Trobe University
  • Nick Sinanis , Lecturer, Monash University
  • Liam Elphick , Associate Lecturer, Monash University

Event Details

Date:
11 July 2022 at 9:45 am – 3:00 pm
Venue:
Monash Chambers

Description

To watch this past event, click play on the video below:

Hosted by CLARS, this Monash Law Faculty event aims to bring together new and emerging voices in Australian tort law scholarship. It accommodates a distinguished international scholar, Professor Claudio Michelon (University of Edinburgh), who will present and open for discussion a working research paper on corrective justice tort theory.

As a workshop, the event seeks to facilitate conversation between a range of new and emerging scholarly voices in the field of tort law research. The voices are deliberately diverse. An exciting range of interdisciplinary perspectives will be brought to bear, extending beyond theory to include doctrinal, historical and practical perspectives.

In addition to sharing and discussing new research ideas and projects, the workshop has a more fundamental purpose - to build new ties and strengthen existing connections between emerging tort scholars who teach and research in different Australian universities and in different jurisdictions.

As a webinar viewer, you will have a chance to send your questions to our distinguished scholars throughout the workshop.


Workshop Panellists:

  • Claudio Michelon , Professor, University of Edinburgh
  • Michael Douglas , Lecturer, University of Western Australia
  • Sharon Erbacher , Senior Lecturer, Deakin University
  • Andrew Fell , Lecturer, University of Queensland
  • Marco Rizzi , Senior Lecturer, University of Western Australia
  • Tina Popa ,Senior Lecturer, RMIT University
  • Martin Allcock  , Lecturer, Curtin University
  • Laura Williams , Lecturer, La Trobe University
  • Nick Sinanis , Lecturer, Monash University
  • Liam Elphick , Associate Lecturer, Monash University


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Monash Law Events Team
E-Mail
law-engagement@monash.edu