Special event: LRSJ Lunch with the Judge – Justice Rachel Pepper

Date & time

12–1pm Friday 29 March 2019

Venue

Phillipa Weeks Staff Library,
ANU College of Law,
5 Fellows Road, ACTON, 2601

Speakers

The Hon Justice Rachel Pepper

Contact

Presented by Law Reform and Social Justice

ANU College of Law Visiting Judicial Fellow Program
Matthew Zagor and Justice Rachel Pepper

LRSJ will be holding a light lunch for students to meet and chat with one of the most influential environment figures, The Honourable Justice Rachel Pepper, Judge of the Land and Environment Court of NSW. Join Associate Professor Matthew Zagor and ANU Law alumnus Justice Rachel Pepper (BA ’91, LLB (Hons) ’94) as she shares her thoughts on her career and making a difference in law.

This seminar is open to all current law students. Attendance is free but spaces are limited – register now! 

Please note: your registration is an expectation that you will attend the seminar. Please advise, if you are no longer able to attend.

This event is supported by ANU Law’s Visiting Judges Program.

Speakers

  • The Hon Justice Rachel Pepper »

    Justice Pepper was appointed as a Judge of the Land and Environment Court of NSW in May 2009. 
    From 1997 until her appointment in 2009, Justice Pepper practised as a barrister at the New South Wales Bar. Her principal areas of practice were general commercial law and public law, including constitutional and administrative law. While at the bar, Justice Pepper was a member of Bar Council from 2000-2009 and was Secretary of the Bar Council from 2006 to 2009. Prior to being called to the bar, Justice Pepper was the Associate to Justice Michael McHugh AC in the High Court of Australia. In March 2015 Justice Pepper was the inaugural judge-in-residence at the Australian National University’s Centre for International and Public Law at the ANU College of Law, and has been a long term champion of ANU Law. 
    In 2017 she was appointed Chair of the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing of Onshore Unconventional Gas Reservoirs and Associated Activities in the Northern Territory. She is currently an ambassador for Twenty10.

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