Mark Aronson: 'The Growth of Substantive Review' / Professor David Dyzenhaus: 'Towards a Formal Theory of Public Law' (audio)

Mark Aronson: 'The Growth of Substantive Review' / Professor...

Public Law Conference 2014: Process and Substance in Public Law

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From 15 to 17 September 2014, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held a major international conference on Public Law. It was intended to be the first of what will become a biennial series of conferences. The theme for the inaugural Public Law Conference was "Process and Substance in Public Law". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world. In this video, Professor Mark Aronson (UNSW) gives the second keynote, entitled 'The Growth of Substantive Review: The Changes, Their Causes, and Their Consequences', and Professor David Dyzenhaus (Toronto) presented 'Towards a Formal Theory of Public Law'. The talk is followed by a short question and answer session. For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to the conference website at: http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/ This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.
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From 15 to 17 September 2014, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held a major international conference on Public Law. It was intended to be the first of what will become a biennial series of conferences. The theme for the inaugural Public Law Conference was "Process and Substance in Public Law". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world. In this video, Professor Mark Aronson (UNSW) gives the second keynote, entitled 'The Growth of Substantive Review: The Changes, Their Causes, and Their Consequences', and Professor David Dyzenhaus (Toronto) presented 'Towards a Formal Theory of Public Law'. The talk is followed by a short question and answer session. For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to the conference website at: http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/ This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.
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