ILB celebrates 30 years of publication

The first Indigenous Law Bulletin ('ILB'), (previously the Aboriginal Law Bulletin) was published in 1981 to provide a space for people in the community to write about the impact of the Australian legal system upon Indigenous Australians.  It provided Indigenous and non-Indigenous readers from diverse personal and professional backgrounds with quality commentary on the relationship between Indigenous peoples and the law, and continues today to facilitate discussion.  To celebrate 30 years of the ILB an anniversary edition was released which included commentary from The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG, the Centre Director, Assoc. Professor Megan Davis,  Emeritus Professor Garth Nettheim, Neil Rees, Linda Burney MP and others.  The ILB will continue to provide a public forum for dialogue on the legal and social injustices Indigenous peoples face in pursuit of the full realisation of their rights in Australia and throughout the world. 

Stay Connected