The Queensland University of Technology’s Faculty of Law is hosting a public forum on Monday, 21 January 2019, discussing the need to establish a National Integrity Commission. The event features a keynote address from the Hon Mark Dreyfus QC MP, Shadow Attorney-General and Shadow Minister for National Security, followed by a panel discussion chaired by ALP candidate for Brisbane, Dr Paul Newbury, and including TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, Prof AJ Brown.
The event will run from 3.00-4.30PM in the OJW Room, S Block, at QUT’s Gardens Point campus in Brisbane. To register for this free, public event, see the link below.
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