Legislating, Decision-Making, Practice and Education
Edited by Mary Hiscock and William van Caenegem
Appendix: Symposium Program
Appendix: Symposium program Friday, 26th June 2009 8.30am 9.00am Registration Dean’s welcome Geraldine Mackenzie Professor and Dean, Faculty of Law, Bond University Opening address The Honourable Cameron Dick MP Queensland’s Attorney-General and Minister for Industrial Relations Overview John Haley William R Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, Washington University, St Louis, USA; Bond University Vice-Chancellor’s 20th Anniversary Visiting Scholar Mary Hiscock Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Law, Bond University Patrick Quirk Associate Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, USA William van Caenegem (Chair) Professor, Faculty of Law, Bond University 11.00am Internationalisation of legislating Lawrence G Baxter Professor of the Practice of Law, Faculty of Law, Duke University, North Carolina, USA; Baker & McKenzie Bond University Visiting Fellow 9.15am 9.40am 305 306 The internationalisation of law Suzanne Corcoran Emeritus Professor of Law, Flinders University, Adelaide Les McCrimmon Full-time Commissioner, Australian Law Reform Commission John Farrar (Chair) Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Law, Bond University 2.00pm Internationalisation of legal practice John Corcoran President, Law Council of Australia Vicki Beyer Executive Director, Legal Compliance Division, Morgan Stanley Ian Govey Deputy Secretary, Civil Justice and Legal Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department Services, Laurence Boulle (Chair) Professor, Faculty of Law Co-Director, Tim Fischer Centre for Global Trade & Finance, Bond University 3.45pm Internationalisation of law teaching Michael Bogdan Professor of International & Comparative Private Law & Procedure, Lund University, Sweden Vai Io Lo Associate Professor, Faculty of Law Co-Director, Tim Fischer Centre for Global Trade & Finance, Bond University Jim Corkery (Chair) Professor, Faculty of...
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