From 11 to 13 July 2018, Melbourne Law School will hold the third biennial Public Law Conference, co-organised by the University of Melbourne and the University of Cambridge. The Public Law series is the pre-eminent regular forum for the discussion of public law matters in the common law world. The first conference in the Public Law series was held in Cambridge in September 2014. The theme was "Process and Substance in Public Law". The second conference was also held in Cambridge, in September 2016, and was entitled "The Unity of Public Law?". The 2018 conference will feature approximately 70 speakers, including leading judges and scholars drawn from across the common law world, and bring together over 300 delegates to discuss the most important issues in public law today. The conference series is sponsored by Hart Publishing Ltd, and we are grateful for their ongoing support.
Further details concerning the Melbourne conference — including information about the conference theme, booking, accommodation and the call for papers — can be found on the dedicated 2018 conference website.