Festschrift for Professor Adrian Evans

Date: Wednesday 28 November 2018

Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Venue: Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne, VIC 3000

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Cost: Free


ˈfɛstˌʃrɪft/ - A collection of writings or papers in honour of a respected scholar.

In this Festschrift, speakers from around the world will join together to reflect on and honour Professor Adrian Evans’s invaluable contributions – both to academia and the wider community. We hope that you will join us for this special event.

About Professor Adrian Evans

Professor Adrian Evans will retire from Monash University at the end of 2018. Adrian has taught, practised and researched law for over 35 years. He is regarded as one of the founders of clinical legal education in Australia and is an internationally renowned expert on clinical legal education and legal ethics. He played a leading role in the establishment of experiential education at LaTrobe University in the 1970s and was coordinator of Springvale Monash Legal Service (SMLS) from 1988-2000. During his time at SMLS, Adrian oversaw the introduction of community development content within Monash clinical curricular and established the first Australian specialised clinic (for victims of sexual assault) in conjunction with the South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault. He later oversaw the development of the Family Law Assistance Program (FLAP) in conjunction with the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department.

Adrian is the author of numerous books, articles and reports relating to ‘quality’ clinical-traditional links in law teaching, ‘best practice’ ethics in law firms, ethical infrastructures in large law firms, current ethical issues on legal practice, client attitudes to lawyers and values development in legal practitioners. He has assisted in the development and expansion of clinical legal education internationally, including across the South East Asian region, and was closely involved in the establishment of the Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE). He has had a lifelong commitment to social justice and improving access to justice, especially for marginalised populations. Adrian is also a treasured, mentor, colleague, teacher and friend.

For enquires about this even contact Associate Professor Kate Seear (Kate.Seear@monash.edu

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