White Noise of settler law justice talks

White Noise of settler law is a series of justice talks that features leading Indigenous academics, legal practitioners and community as guest speakers for a look at how the while settler law of the justice system continues to affect Indigenous people.

Upcoming White Noise of settler law events

  • 13 September 2022: In conversation with Alison Whittaker

The Indigenous Law and Justice Hub welcomes Gomeroi poet, essayist and legal scholar Alison Whittaker (Jumbunna Institute, University of Technology Sydney)  in conversation with Dr Eddie Cubillo (Co-Director of the Indigenous Law and Justice Hub) to showcase black excellence on the Anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.

Alison Whittaker is a Gomeroi poet, essayist and legal scholar. She is a Research Fellow at the Jumbunna Institute. In 2017–18, Alison was a Fulbright scholar at Harvard Law School where she was named Dean’s Scholar in Race, Gender and Criminal Law. Her second book Blakwork was shortlisted for the 2019 Prime Minister's Literary Award. Her most recent book, Fire Front, is an anthology of, and about, First Nations published poetry.