The Trump Administration - Likely Impact on International Law: An Australian Perspective

8 February 2017

About the seminar

The inauguration of a new United States President has far reaching global effects - none more so than the election of President Trump, which has been accompanied by Republican majorities in the US House of Representatives and Senate, and the immediate ability to appoint a new Justice to the US Supreme Court.

In conjunction with the New York State Bar Association's Australian Chapter, the NSW Bar Association is hosting a special panel presentation and Q&A session to examine what the Trump administration might mean for international law and Australia in the next four years and beyond.

Presented by:

  • Professor Simon Jackman, CEO of the US Studies Centre
  • Professor Vivienne Bath, Professor of Chinese & International Business Law, University of Sydney
  • Dr Chris Ward SC, President of the Australian Branchof the International Law Association
  • Tim Castle, Deputy Chair of the LCA's International Law Section and NYSBA Australian Chapter Co-Chair, 6 St James Hall Chambers

Chaired by:
Dr Andrew Bell SC


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Time: 5.15pm

Location: NSW Bar Association, Bar Common Room, Selborne Chambers, B/174 Phillip Street, Sydney

Cost: Free, however registration is required

Contact: Law Events

Phone: 02 93510428

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