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May Dinner – Tim Wilson – Traditional Rights & Freedoms: the Report has arrived

The Adam Smith Club will host a meeting on Monday the 16th of May, 2016 at Bohéme Restaurant Bar, 368 Bridge Road, Richmond, – 6.30pm for 7.00pm. Further details on costs and booking are in this months Laissez Faire – see below.

In 2013 the then Abbott Government launched a far ranging inquiry by the Australian Law Reform Commission. Its’ aim was to find which Traditional Rights had been diminished or extinguished by the Leviathan of caring progressive Government (Tradition Rights being the olde UK type ‘Rights of Englishmen’).

After two interim reports and many hearings and submissions a Report has been delivered! << download link

Tim Wilson
Tim Wilson

Tim Wilson – until February 2016 the Human Rights Commissioner charged with defense of those Traditional Freedoms – will speak at our May Dinner on the Report, and how the Coalition Government may view the findings.

 

May 2016 Laissez Faire Newsletter and Tim Wilson Dinner invite<< download link

 

July 2014 Dinner – James Allan – Democracy in Decline

The July 2014 Club Dinner will be James Allan on “Democracy in Decline : Steps in the Wrong Direction”

The Adam Smith Club will host a meeting on Wednesday the 16th of July, 2014 at Bohéme Restaurant Bar, 368 Bridge Road, Richmond.

Democracy in Decline

James Allan is the Garrick Professor of Law at the University of Queensland. He is a native born Canadian who practised law at a large firm in Toron to and then at the Bar in London before moving to teach law in Hong Kong, New Zealand and then Australia. Allan has published widely in the areas of constitutional law, legal philosophy and b ill of rights scepticism. He also writes regularly
for weeklies and monthlies including being a regular contributor to The Australian, The Spectator Australia , and Quadrant.

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