Oct 29, 2012
12:30pm - 1:30pm    |    Vanderbilt Hall, 201, 40 Washington Square South, New York University School of Law

Please join us in a conversation with Dr. Livingston Armytage as part of our LSHR and CHRGJ’s joint “Human Rights Defenders Lunch Series.” Dr. Armytage will discuss his research on the challenges of judicial reform in Asia.

About our Speaker

Dr. Livingston Armytage, is the Director of the Centre for Judicial Studies, and has more than 35 years of experience in consulting, directing programs of judicial education and legal training, practicing law, and managing a substantial law firm. Recent projects include directing national reform programs for multilateral development agencies, needs assessments, strategic planning, course design, training, organizational performance reviews, and evaluations. He is also an adjunct professor of Law at the University of Sydney, and convener of “Law, Justice and Development”.

Dr.Armytage’s current research critiques the existing global approach to justice reform and proposes an alternative theoretical and practical approach. It draws on almost twenty years of practice as an international advisor to development agencies. His most recent book includes substantial new bodies of empirical work from Asia/Pacific which has been relatively under-studied to date.

For more, see: http://www.educatingjudges.com/director.htm


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