In this lecture chaired by the Hon Justice Peter Applegarth AM, author Gideon Haigh will speak about Evatt and the judge’s empathy for Mrs Chester’s suffering. Associate Professor Kylie Burns of Griffith Law School will follow Gideon Haigh's talk by commenting on the contemporary relevance of Chester’s case to how inconsolable psychological trauma is currently dealt with by our legal system.
The venue will be the Banco Court, Supreme Court of Queensland, Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law building, 415 George St, Brisbane, with a Zoom live-stream. To be held on Wednesday 14 July 2021 at 5:30 PM.
The Flyer for the event can be found here
Registration is necessary.
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Livestreaming via Zoom: here