November 2019

TAS: The Sir John Demetrius Morris Oration – 26 November 2019

  • 26 November, 2019
  • Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts

Professor Josiah Ober

The Tasmanian 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 Sir John Demetrius Morris 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.

The Oration will be held at 5.30PM on Tuesday 26 November 2019, at the Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts, 91 Murray St, Hobart.

It will be followed by a reception at which drinks and canapes will be served.

You can reserve a place at the Oration on Trybooking.

There is no charge for this particular event, but registrations are essential. There are limited spaces for this event so register early.

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.

Professor Ober 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.

You can download more information about Professor Ober.

QLD: Clayton Utz Alexander Freeleagus Oration: “Constitutional Bargains – power to the people, who gets what?” – 22 November 2019

  • 22 November, 2019
  • Clayton Utz, Riparian Plaza, Level 28, 71 Eagle Street, Brisbane.

Professor Josiah Ober

The Queensland 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 Clayton Utz Alexander Freeleagus Oration.

It is titled “Constitutional Bargains – power to the people, who gets what?”.

The Oration will be held on Friday 22 November 2019 from 5:30PM to 6:30PM at the offices of Clayton Utz, Riparian Plaza, Level 28, 71 Eagle Street, Brisbane (download a flyer for more information).

It will be followed by a reception at which drinks and canapes will be served.

You can reserve your place at this Oration through Trybooking.

There is no charge for this particular event, but registrations are essential. There are limited spaces for this event so register early. RSVP date is 12 November 2019.

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.

Professor Ober 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.

You can download more information about Professor Ober.

HAL thanks event sponsors Clayton Utz.

 

NT: HAL Chapter Oration “The Origins of Social Order: self-interest, rationality and the common good” – 20 November 2019

  • 20 November, 2019
  • Court No 3, Supreme Court of Northern Territory, State Square, Darwin.

Professor Josiah Ober

The Northern Territory 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 “The Origins of Social Order: self-interest, rationality and the common good”.

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 5.30pm on Wednesday 20 November 2019 at Court No 3, Supreme Court of Northern Territory, State Square, Darwin.

The Oration will be followed by a reception at 6.30pm at which drinks and canapes will be served.

You can reserve your place at this Oration through Trybooking.

There is no charge for this particular event, but registrations are essential. There are limited spaces for this event so register early.

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 download more information about Professor Ober.