Tagged: Kim Rubenstein

In Conversation With…Justice Daphne Barak Erez and Professor Kim Rubenstein

The Gender Institute, the Centre for International and Public Law and the ANU Law Students Society welcome students and interested academics around the campus to come and hear Professor Kim Rubenstein in conversation with Justice Daphne Barak Erez, a woman on Israel’s Supreme Court. Professor Rubenstein will draw from her experience as Chief Investigator for […]

Rethink needed as new High Court Justice appointment seems to maintain gender imbalance

Justice Susan Crennan announced her early retirement from the High Court of Australia on November 25th, 2014, effective February 3, 2015. On Thursday December 4th, the Victorian Court of Appeal’s Justice Geoffrey Nettle was appointed as her replacement. Praised for his intellect and fairness, he appears to be an excellent choice. As Fiona McLeod, SC, […]

Kim Rubenstein delivers the 53rd National Council of Women of Victoria’s Australia Day Address

Trailblazing Women and the Law project leader, Professor Kim Rubenstein, was honoured to be invited by the National Council of Women of Victoria to deliver their 53rd Australia Day address on January 23rd 2014. In the picturesque and aptly named Pioneer Women’s Gardens, Professor Rubenstein gave the audience an update on the project and what […]

Chief Investigator Professor Kim Rubenstein awarded the 2013 Edna Ryan award for Leadership!

Professor Kim Rubestein, Chief Investigator for Trailblazing Women and the Law has been awarded the Edna Ryan Award for Leadership. The EDNAs acknowledge and celebrate women who are prepared to make their lives political and who are making a feminist difference. Professor Rubenstein, according to her citation and confirmed by those who know her and […]