Australia and Asia: Regulatory Perspectives on Continuity and Change Workshop

11/17/2021 09:00 am 11/17/2021 05:30 pm Australia/Melbourne Australia and Asia: Regulatory Perspectives on Continuity and Change Workshop

Government support for the study of Asian languages, history, cultures and legal systems in our schools and universities has declined or stagnated. Australia’s commitment to engagement with regional neighbours, including support for regional law and justice initiatives, remains under question.

In addition, pandemic-related travel and other restrictions have made methodological projects in Asian regulatory studies even more challenging for Australian legal scholars.

This workshop explores and showcases theoretical and methodological directions towards a purpose-driven future for comparative legal studies in 21st century Australasia.

Event Details

Date:
17 November 2021 at 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Venue:
Online and Sky Room, Level 14, 30 Collins St, Melbourne
Campus:
Virtual event, Caulfield Campus, Building H, Level 8, 900 Dandenong Road
Open to:
Academic peers, Higher Degree Students, Monash staff and Alumni
Cost:
free
Categories:
Alumni; Business and Economics; Seminars & Workshops

Description

Government support for the study of Asian languages, history, cultures and legal systems in our schools and universities has declined or stagnated. Australia’s commitment to engagement with regional neighbours, including support for regional law and justice initiatives, remains under question.

In addition, pandemic-related travel and other restrictions have made methodological projects in Asian regulatory studies even more challenging for Australian legal scholars.

This workshop explores and showcases theoretical and methodological directions towards a purpose-driven future for comparative legal studies in 21st century Australasia.


Name
Georgi Cahill
E-Mail
buseco-events@monash.edu
Organisation
Monash Business School