December 2019

VIC: Collaborative Law Association End of the Year Event – 10 Dec 2019

  • 10 December, 2019
  • Law Institute of Victoria

Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association members are invited to join the first annual end of the year celebration brought to you through the collaborative efforts of Australian Geographic and Cultural Law Associations.

The law is strengthened by diversity and representation in leadership and this inspired event captures Australia’s unique multiculturalism.

The event (more information is available on this event flyer) will be hosted at the Victorian Law Institute on 10 December 2019 at 6:00 PM by the following organisations whose time and effort made it possible:

  • African Australian Legal Network
  • Asian Australian Lawyers Association
  • Australian Italian Lawyers Association
  • French Australian Lawyers Society
  • Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association;
  • and North American Australian Lawyers Alliance.

The event will also focus on well being in the legal profession.

Donations will be made to Looma Community Incorporated.

Tickets are $20 and available here: Spaces are limited so book in soon.

November 2019

VIC: HAL Chapter Oration “Lessons from the ancient Greeks on relations between States – the limits of rational behaviour” – 28 November 2019

  • 28 November, 2019
  • The RACV Club, Level 2 Bayside Room 4, 501 Bourke Street Melbourne

Professor Josiah Ober

The Victorian Chapter of Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association is pleased to announce that Professor Josiah Ober, Mitsotakis Professor of Political Science and Classics at Stanford University, will deliver this year’s Chapter Oration.

Professor Ober will speak on the topic “Lessons from the ancient Greeks on relations between States – the limits of rational behaviour”.

The Professor works on the history of institutions and on legal and political theory, with an emphasis on democracy and on the political thought and practice of the ancient Greek world.

It will be held from 6pm on Thursday 28 November 2019 at The RACV Club, Level 2 Bayside Room 4, 501 Bourke Street Melbourne.

The Oration will be followed by a reception at 7pm at which drinks and canapes will be served.

HAL members and students are free, cost for HAL non-members is $25.

Registrations are essential. There are limited spaces for this event so register early.

Register for this Oration through Trybooking.

Any person who supports the purposes of the Association who is of Hellenic background, or if not of Hellenic background is a philhellene, is eligible for membership. Members obtain the benefit of attending various members events at reduced or no cost.

You can renew membership or join online on this website.

You can also download more information about Professor Ober.