University of Melbourne Law School, Rm 920

Events to be held at this location: 

  • Day 1 and Day 2 Workshop Presentations
  • Day 1 Public Seminar by Prof. Manderson – “Art’s Superpowers: Law and the Crimes of Justice”
  • Day 2 Keynote Roundtable
Parking and Walking Information:
There is limited parking around the Law School and a lot of construction work going on. Grattan St. and Lincoln Square are also closed due to construction. Travel to the Law School on public transport (trams from the city run along Swanston St. or along Elizabeth St. is advisable.
Melbourne Law School room 920 is on level 9. Take the lifts up to level 9, room 920 is to the left out of the lifts.

Events to be held at this location: 

Parking Information: 
There is mostly paid parking around the VCA on Grant Street. If you are coming from Melbourne University it would be advisable to catch the tram from the Swanston Street stop out the front of the university that goes directly to the VCA. The trip will take roughly 15 minutes.
The general VCA/front office address is 234 St Kilda Road, Southbank. There will be signage near the St Kilda Rd entrances to help participants find the rooms.

Ian Potter

Events to be held at this location: 
  • Day 2  Workshop Closing Sessions
Parking and Walking Information:
Participants will walk from the Law School to Ian Potter Museum of Art for the final session. It is part of the Parkville campus of Melbourne University and situated further up on Swanston St. (away from the city) near the tram depot. There is limited parking around the Lygon St. precinct.

Note to Participants: Melbourne Public Transport

To use public transport in Melbourne you will need a myki card. See:
There is a small free tram zone in the CBD of Melbourne. If you are staying in the CBD, to get to the Law School you could catch the tram up Elizabeth St. and get off at Queen Victoria Market. This trip would be within the free tram zone. However, along Swanston St. and in order to travel to the VCA you will need a myki ticket. You touch on the myki at the reader at the doors next to the tram when you enter.
Public Transport Victoria website has timetables and information for public transport: