Annual Lecture

2020 Annual Lecture — ‘The High Court as an Institution: One of "Three Separate Organs of Government"'

The 2020 Melbourne University Law Review Annual Lecture will be delivered by The Honourable Justice Michelle Gordon AC on Wednesday 1 April 2020 at Melbourne Law School, the University of Melbourne.

Event Information

2019 Annual Lecture — ‘Common Sense and Clean Hands: An Ombudsman's View of Justice'

The 2019 Melbourne University Law Review Annual Lecture was delivered by Ombudsman Deborah Glass OBE on Tuesday 2 April 2019 at Melbourne Law School, the University of Melbourne.

Cite as:

Deborah Glass, ‘Common Sense and Clean Hands: An Ombudsman's View of Justice’ (Melbourne University Law Review Annual Lecture, The University of Melbourne, 2 April 2019).

See also:

Deborah Glass, ‘Common Sense and Clean Hands: An Ombudsman's View of Justice’ (2019) 43(1) Melbourne University Law Review 369.

2018 Annual Lecture 'Some Thoughts on Writing Judgments in, and for, Contemporary Australia'

The 2018 Melbourne University Law Review Annual Lecture was delivered by the Hon Justice Debbie Mortimer on 27 March 2018 at Melbourne Law School, the University of Melbourne.

Cite as:

Justice Debbie Mortimer, ‘Some Thoughts on Writing Judgments in, and for, Contemporary Australia’ (Melbourne University Law Review Annual Lecture, The University of Melbourne, 27 March 2018).

See also:

Justice Debbie Mortimer, ‘Some Thoughts on Writing Judgments in, and for, Contemporary Australia’ (2018) 42(1) Melbourne University Law Review 274.

2017 Annual Lecture 'Government Contracts and Public Law'

The 2017 Melbourne University Law Review Annual Lecture was delivered by the Hon Mr Kenneth Hayne AC on 11 April 2017 at Melbourne Law School, the University of Melbourne. This lecture was published in volume 41(1).

Cite as:

Kenneth Hayne, ‘Government Contracts and Public Law’ (Melbourne University Law Review Annual Lecture, The University of Melbourne, 11 April 2017).

See also:

KM Hayne, ‘Government Contracts and Public Law’ (2017) 41(1) Melbourne University Law Review 155.