Nicholas Hasluck

Nicholas Hasluck – Truth Telling and Post Colonial Critiques –  Reflections on the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize

2024-05-16T10:49:54+10:0014 February 2024|Tags: |

Nicholas Hasluck – Former Judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia, author of numerous books, most recently Print and Prize – Travels in The Commonwealth Topic: Truth Telling and Post Colonial Critiques -  Reflections on the Commonwealth Writers' Prize Date: Tuesday 28 May 2024 Time: 5.30 for 6pm Venue: The Sydney Institute, 47 Phillip Street, (between Bent [...]

KANGAROO VALLEY: AUSTRALIANS IN BRITAIN IN THE 1960s

2020-05-08T15:13:22+10:0013 March 2020|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Nicholas Hasluck has served as a Judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and as Chair of the Literature Board. Well-known as a writer, his latest work is Beyond the Equator: An Australian Memoir (Arcadia / Australian Scholarly Publishing) On Tuesday, 4 February 2020, Nicholas Hasluck addressed The Sydney Institute to discuss his latest [...]

Nicholas Hasluck: The Kangaroo Valley Set – Australians in Britain in The Sixties

2020-02-03T09:26:08+11:0013 January 2020|Tags: |

SPEAKER:   NICHOLAS HASLUCK (Former Supreme Court (WA) judge, novelist, poet & short story writer – most recently author of Beyond The Equator) DATE: Tuesday 4 February 2020 *Book from 22 January 2020**  TIME: 5.30 for 6pm     LIGHT REFRESHMENTS   TOPIC: The Kangaroo Valley Set – Australians in Britain in The Sixties VENUE: The [...]

Sir Paul Hasluck And The Menzies Era

2023-08-30T12:25:07+10:008 November 2016|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Nicholas Hasluck AM QC studied law at the University of Western Australia, then Oxford, before practising law in Perth. He served as a part-time President of the Equal Opportunity Tribunal (WA) and later as a Judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia. He has served also as Chair of the Literature Board of the [...]

Reopening the Whitlam File

2017-05-10T10:34:46+10:0013 May 2014|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

The Hon Nicholas Hasluck AM, QC is a former Judge and well-known also as a novelist. His novel The Bellarmine Jug won The Age Book of the Year Award. His books about the Whitlam era include Dismissal (Fourth Estate/Harper Collins, 2011) and Legal Limits (Federation Press, 2013). He has also edited two books which include [...]

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