Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 2

D E L I B E R AT I V E C O N S T I T U T I O N A L I S M

WORKSHOPUCL
Venue Pavilion on the Front Quad, UCL, Gower St, London WC1H 6B
M O N DAY 9 N OV E M B E R 2 0 15
1010.30am

W E LC O M E A N D I N T R O D U C T I O N S
Jeff King, University College London
Ron Levy, The Australian National University
Hoi Kong, McGill University

10.30am12.15pm

PA R L I A M E N TA RY D E L I B E R AT I O N I
Discussant: Aileen Kavanagh, University of Oxford
Alison Young, University of Oxford
>> Dialogue, deliberative democracy and human rights
George Williams, University of New South Wales
>> Parliamentary human rights vetting and deliberation
Vanessa MacDonnell, University of Ottawa
>> The consequences of non-deliberation in legislatures on the implementation of constitutional
rights in Canada

12.151.15pm

Lunch

1.153pm

D E L I B E R AT I V E P U B L I C E N G AG E M E N T I
Discussant: Dominique Dalla-Pozza, The Australian National University
Hoi Kong, McGill University
>> Deliberative democracy and constitutional crises
Jeff King, University College London
>> The role of political parties in deliberation
Cris Shore and David Williams, University of Auckland
>> Performative constitutionalism: New Zealands constitutional debates and the politics of public
(dis)engagement

33.15pm

Break

3.155pm

F I R S T PR I N C I PL E S I
Discussant: Martin Loughlin, London School of Economics
Gideon Sapir, Bar Ilan University
>> The flawed theoretical underpinnings of American popular constitutionalism
Graham Gee, University of Birmingham
>> Is the political constitution deliberative?
Jos Mart, University of Barcelona
>> The actors in global deliberative constitutionalism

ANU College of
Law

law.anu.edu.au/conferences/public-law-weekend-2015-uk-conference

T U E S DAY 10 N OV E M B E R
89.15 am

D E L I B E R AT I V E P U B L I C E N G AG E M E N T I I
Discussant: Hoi Kong, McGill University
Stephen Elstub, Newcastle University and Gianfranco Pomatto, University of Torino
>> Constitutional deliberation in mini-publics: lessons from Italian citizens juries on federalist reform
Silvia Suteu, University of Edinburgh and Stephen Tierney, University of Edinburgh
>> Participation is not deliberation: disentangling principles of constitution-making good practice

9.159.30am

Break

9.3011.15am

PA R L I A M E N TA RY D E L I B E R AT I O N I I
Discussant: Ron Levy, The Australian National University
Dominique Dalla-Pozza, The Australian National University
>> Refining the Australian counter-terrorism legislative framework: how deliberative has Parliament
been able to be (and why does it matter)?
Veronika Fikfak and Hayley Hooper, University of Cambridge
>> Obstacles to Parliamentary deliberation in the context of war prerogative
Jack Simson Caird, University of Sussex
>> Identifying the value of parliamentary constitutional interpretation

11.15am12.45pm

F I R S T PR I N C I PL E S I I
Discussant: Les Green, University of Oxford
TRS Allan, University of Cambridge
>> Constitutional adjudication and interpretative legal reasoning
John Parkinson, Griffith University
>> Ideas of constitutions and deliberative democracy, and how they interact

12.451.30pm

Lunch

1.303pm

C O U R T S A N D C O N S T I T U T I O N A L D E L I B E R AT I O N
Discussant: Jeff King, University College London
Pavlos Eleftheriadis, University of Oxford
Constitutional change through deliberation
Horacio Spector, University of San Diego and Torcuato Di Tella
>> The constitutional court as arrovian dictator or deliberative agent

This conference is generously funded in part by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project,The Law of Deliberative
Democracy: Theory and Reform (DP130100706), Chief Investigators Graeme Orr and Ron Levy.

ANU College of
Law

law.anu.edu.au/conferences/public-law-weekend-2015-uk-conference