Freedom of Speech Symposium
This symposium was held in 2018 where scholars from a range of disciplines with interests in freedom of speech gathered.
The inaugural Freedom of Speech Symposium was held at the Melbourne Law School on 23 July 2018. It is anticipated to be the first of a regular series of gatherings of scholars from a range of disciplines with interests in freedom of speech. The program provided a thought-provoking and inspiring day of discourse and discussion.
From left to right:
Back row - Joe Tomlinson (King’s College London), Maryiam Kamal (Oxford University), Toerien Van Wyk (Melbourne Law School (MLS)), Bilyana Petkova (Maastricht University), David Foster (MLS), Francesca Raimondo (University of Bologna), Shireen Morris (MLS), Glenn Patmore (MLS), Patrick Emerton (Monash University), Dan Meagher (Deakin University), James Weinstein (Arizona State University), Stijn Smet (MLS).
Front row - Caroline West (University of Sydney), Elizabeth O’Loughlin (University of London), Sarah Sorial (Macquarie University), Darshan Datar (MLS), Erika Arban (MLS), Sarah Joseph (Monash University), Jayani Nadarajalingam (MLS), Adrienne Stone (MLS), Anne Twomey (University of Sydney).
Attendees not in the photo are: Andrew Kenyon (MLS), Jeremy Gans (MLS), and L. K. Weis (MLS).
2018 Symposium Details
23 July 2018
Melbourne Law School