National / ACT

Listening to the ‘Voice’ – Administrative and Constitutional Law Implications with Kenneth Hayne and Megan Davis, a seminar in Brisbane

Australian Institute of Administrative Law and Australian Association of Constitutional Law

SAVE THE DATE: 15 May 2023

Listening to the “Voice”
Administrative and Constitutional Law Implications of the Proposed Indigenous Voice to Parliament

5.30 pm start, 15 May 2023

The Hon Kenneth Hayne AC KC was a Justice of the High Court of Australia between 1997 and 2015. He conducted the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services between December 2017 and February 2019.

Professor Megan Davis grew up in Eagleby and Hervey Bay and is a Cobble Cobble woman of the Barunggam Nation. Prof. Davis is the Pro Vice-Chancellor Society (PVCS) at UNSW Sydney. Professor Davis is also the Balnaves Chair of Constitutional Law, a Professor of Law and Director of the Indigenous Law Centre UNSW Law.

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Inquiries can be directed to the AIAL (Queensland Chapter) Secretary, Mr Matthew Paterson at

The AIAL (Queensland Chapter) and AACL would like to thank the University of Queensland Law School, the Queensland University of Technology Law School, the Griffith University Law School and MinterEllison for their generous support of this event.

CLE/CPD points are available if this seminar is relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional
development and practice of the law. Please contact your local law society for further details.

Save the Date – AIAL & AACL Present Listening to the Voice 15 May 2023