• 14 July, 2021
  • 4:00 pm
  • Online or in person @ Wallmans Lawyers, 400 King William St, Adelaide SA

The SA Chapter of the Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association is delighted to invite members to a Presentation on “The significance of Greek independence to the emergence of the modern nation state in international law”, to be delivered in person and online by The Honourable Chris Kourakis, Chief Justice of South Australia.

It will be held in person at Wallmans Lawyers, Level 5, 400 King William Street Adelaide SA on Wednesday, 14 July 2021 from 5.15PM (Adelaide time), with the presentation starting at 5.30PM.

HAL SA Chapter members who wish to attend in person can go to Trybooking to reserve your place  (*Note due to COVID restrictions there is a limit of 40 members for the in-person event).

Members from other HAL Chapters who wish to view the presentation online should complete the registration form below to be sent a link to access the presentation closer to the date.


Register For the Webinar Only

Registrants will be sent an email link to access the Webinar closer to its scheduled date. Please provide contact details to ensure you receive this link. *Note that registrations will close on 13 July.*

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You can renew your HAL membership or apply to join the Association.


There is no charge for HAL Members attending in person or online.

The matters covered include:

  • 19th century emergence of nation states from the remnants of empires;
  • the historical antecedents of contemporary justifications for international interventions in internal conflicts.

The Honourable Chief Justice of South Australia, Christopher John Kourakis, was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1997 (now Senior Counsel) and in 2003 appointed as the Solicitor‑General of South Australia.  In 2008 His Honour was appointed as a Judge to the Supreme Court of South Australia and in 2012, elevated to the position of Chief Justice.

To become a member apply online at https://hal.asn.au/apply-to-join/

Student Membership for the 2021-22 financial year is only $20, and Ordinary Membership for the 2021-22 financial year is only $50 or $125 for 3 years.