Proportionality in Public Law: Canadian and Australian Perspectives

Seminar/Forum

Proportionality in Public Law: Canadian and Australian Perspectives

Federal Court of Australia Court 8A, Level 8
Federal Court of Australia Court
305 William Street Melbourne, VIC 3000

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The Federal Court of Australia and Melbourne Law School present

Please join us for a seminar presented by The Honourable Julie Dutil and Professor Adrienne Stone and chaired by Justice Debra Mortimer at the Federal Court of Australia.

This seminar explores proportionality as a principle of constitutional law. Madame Justice Dutil will explore the origins and development of the principle in Canadian constitutional law. Professor Stone will address its development in Australia with particular attention to the decision of the High Court of Australian in McCloy v New South Wales [2015] HCA 34.

Presenters

  • Professor Adrienne  Stone
    Professor Adrienne Stone, Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies
  • Justice Julie  Dutil
    Justice Julie Dutil, Court of Appeal of Quebec