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Democracy, Human Rights and the Judiciary: the common law and the wider world

The Australian Academy of Law is hosting a presentation by Sir Nicholas Blake on this Wednesday 4 September 2019, in Melbourne.

Sir Nicholas is a former High Court Judge of England and Wales and the first President of the then newly created Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the United Kingdom Upper Tribunal from 2010 until 2013. Thereafter he represented the judiciary of England and Wales on the International Association of Judges and its regional affiliate the European Association of Judges.

He has written and spoken in the UK and internationally on his areas of specialisation of public law, criminal justice, human rights, immigration and asylum and private international law.

The presentation will be chaired by Chief Justice James Allsop of the Federal Court of Australia.

Details: Wednesday, 4 September 2019 at 5.00 pm Court One, Federal Court of Australia, Level 8, Commonwealth Law Courts, 305 William Street, Melbourne. Cost: $25 or less.

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