Wednesday, 20 November 2019
After dedicated engagement from the School of Business and Law’s Associate Professor Joshua Aston and his colleagues, the Discipline of Law is looking forward to various International events in India for both students and academics in the next coming months.
Human Trafficking and Supply Chain Conference, Delhi
18 – 21 November 2019: A conference on Human Trafficking and Supply Chains: Corporate Responsibility Beyond Transparency Legislation in New Delhi, India. The conference has been organized by Tel Aviv University in Israel and Aston Business School in the UK. The paper has been authored by Reza, Joshua Aston, Denise, Kerry, Ferry, Cecilia, Mehran and Ahmar. Cecilia will be presenting this paper on behalf of our team at the conference.
Guest Lecture at Amity University, Delhi
School of Business and Law are pleased to announce Lecturer in Law, Ms Cecilia Anthony Das, to guest lecture on Corporate Governance for students at Amity University in November 2019.
12th GNLU International Moot Court Competition
12 – 16th February 2020: School of Business and Law are delighted that a student’s team from the Law Discipline will be sent to the prestigious Moot Court Competition in Gujarat, India, in February 2020. The team will consist of the Law Discipline’s best student mooters, namely Claudia Smilovitis, Kirsty Dellow - Pawski and Nicole Toy, led by Law Lecturer Mr Ken Yin. There will be 46 International teams participating in the competition. During the visit at GNLU, Mr Ken Yin will also deliver a guest lecture to the GNLU students.
2nd Annual International Conference on Comparative Constitutional Law and Allied Areas
5 – 6 March 2020: School of Business and Law are co-hosting the International Conference on Comparative Constitutional Law and Allied Areas thanks to the support of Executive Dean School of Business and Law, Professor Maryam Omari. Associate Professor Joshua Aston is appointed Conference Director from Australia and the conference will be an opportunity to build fruitful International relationship for Edith Cowan University.
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