The Implied Freedom of Political Communication after Clubb and Preston

Monday, 24 June, 2019 - 17:30 to 18:30
This seminar will examine the significant recent decisions in Clubb v Edwards; Preston v Avery [2019] HCA 11, in which the High Court upheld the validity of Victorian and Tasmanian laws creating safe access zones around premises at which abortions are provided. The speakers at this seminar will explain the decisions and explore their implications for the implied freedom of political communication.
Chair: Dr Scott Stephenson
Speakers: Frances Gordon, Thomas Wood, Dr Anne Carter
The seminar is presented by the Victorian Bar and the Australian Association of Constitutional Law.
Date: Monday 24 June at 5:30pm 
Venue: Neil McPhee Room, Level 1, Owen Dixon Chambers East 
CPD Points: This Seminar is a component of the Victorian Bar CPD Program and will carry 1 CPD point.
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