© 2017 ICCLAP

Burns, M and Hartz-Karp, J. Welcome and Overview.

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop 2017.

Payne, Sharon, Wunnamutta Elder, Indigenous lawyer and academic, ‘Indigenous cultural competency and unconscious bias’.

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop 2017,

Wood, Associate Professor Asmi. ANU College of Law, Australian National University – Incorporating Indigenous Cultural Competency through the Broader Law Curriculum.

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017.


Gainsford, Annette. Indigenous Academic Fellow, Lecturer in Law and Justice, Charles Sturt University.

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017,

Porter, Dr Amanda. Chancellor’s Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research, University of Technology (Sydney) – Indigenous HDR Experiences in Law.

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017

Levy, Dr Ron. ANU Law School, Australian National University; Co-Director, Project on Deliberative Governance and Law. What is Deliberative Democracy?

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017

Cubillo, Eddie., Former CEO, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services, and Director of Community Engagement, Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of the Children in the Northern Territory—Aboriginal legal service perspective—What the ideal graduate should look like.

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017

Wood, Asmi. Associate Professor, ANU College of Law, Australian National University—Incorporating ICC through the broader law curriculum.

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017

Watson, Nicole. Senior Lecturer, Sydney Law School, University of Sydney —Reflections on article: ‘Indigenous Peoples in Legal Education: Staring into a Mirror without Reflection’ (2005) (19 minute video)

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017


Rawnsley, John. Manager Law and Justice Section, North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency—The relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the Anglo-Australian legal system (7:22 minutes)

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017.

Hopkins, Anthony, Senior Lecturer, ANU College of Law, Australian National University — How Anglo-Australian legal education can benefit from exposure to Indigenous perspectives (8:28 minutes)

ICCLAP Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law Workshop, 2017.

M Burns, ‘Towards Growing Indigenous Culturally Competency Legal Professionals in Australia’ (2013) 12 International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives 226.

A J Wood, ‘Incorporating Indigenous Cultural Competency through the Broader Law Curriculum’ (2012) 23 Legal Education Review 57.

Law Society of South Australia, Lawyers Protocols for Dealing with Aboriginal Clients in South Australia, (2010, 1st ed).

Northern Territory Law Society, Indigenous Protocols for Lawyers in the Northern Territory, (2015, 2nd Ed).

Universities Australia, Indigenous Cultural Competency Framework

Phillip Rodgers-Falk, Growing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Law Graduates: Barriers to the Profession – Background Paper to the Behrendt Review (2011).

Australian Government, Review of Higher Education Access and Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People Final Report (Behrendt Review) (2012).

ICCLAP Law School Survey Report 2017.

Indigenous Cutural Competency for Legal Academics Program. Consultation Workshop Key Issues. December 2016.

Indigenous Cutural Competency for Legal Academics Program. Final Consultation Workshop Report. December 2016.

Indigenous Cultural Competency in Law: Deliberating Future Directions Workshop. Final Participant Report. September 2017.

Show more posts

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to land and waters. We pay our respects to elders, past, present and emerging. We acknowledge that these have always been places of knowledge, teaching and learning.

Contact

School of Law, University of New England
ARMIDALE NSW 2351

Marcelle Burns, Project Leader (02) 6773-2686

Send us an email

Join our contact list

Funding Acknowledgement

Support for this project has been provided by the Australian Government Department for Education and Training. The views expressed by this project do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian Government Department for Education and Training.