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NAIDOC Celebrations

In celebration of NAIDOC and Indigenous excellence, the UNSW Law Society is hosting a speaking event featuring Terri Janke & Nathan Boyle and a Q&A style open floor.

6.00PM - Food and drinks available in the Law Common Room on Level 2
6.15PM - Smoking ceremony out the front of the Law Building
6.30PM - Welcome to Country and speeches


Terri Janke is a Wutathi/Meriam Mir woman from Cairns. She is a pioneer in Indigenous Intellectual Property Law, an author, a mother and a UNSW alumnus. She was 2011 NAIDOC Person of the Year and 2012 Indigenous Lawyer of the Year. She currently sits on the boards of Jawun and the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence.

Nathan Boyle is a Wiradjuri man from Trangie, NSW. He is a Policy Analyst for the ASIC Indigenous Outreach Program, a member of the Indigenous Advisory Group for the Indigenous Financial Services Network, and the policy working group for the National Indigenous Consumer Strategy. He is also a Director of Ngalaya, the professional association of Aboriginal lawyers and law students.