Neville Rochow QC is Queen’s Counsel whose barrister’s practice included competition law and corporate and commercial disputes in most Australian jurisdictions. He has lectured and written on a wide range of professional, constitutional, and human rights subjects. Currently, he holds honorary professorships at the University of Adelaide Law School and the Notre Dame Australia (Sydney) Law School. He is also a Senior Fellow at the International Center for Law and Religion Studies. From 2015 – 2017, he was a government relations and policy adviser at the European Union in Brussels with a church NGO, which was a member of a registered European anti-discrimination platform. In 2019, he was Gastwissenschaftler at the University of Mannheim Law School. Apart from editing and contributing to Freedom of Religion or Belief—Creating the Constitutional Space for Fundamental Freedoms, his interest in religious freedom and the concept of constitutional space is clear from a PhD thesis entitled Toward a Constitutional Space for Fundamental Freedoms: Freedom of Religion as a Paradigm and recent articles: ‘Somnambulating Towards AI Dystopia? The Future of Rights and Freedoms’; ‘Immortal Beings Without Soul or Conscience: Toward a Corporate and an AI Ethic’; ‘Reflections on Liberty of Conscience in a Time of COVID 19: The Cab-Rank Rule, Freedom of Religion and other Hohfeldian Paradigms of Restraint of Private Conscience’; and ‘From the Exception to the Rule: Dignity, Clubb v Edwards, the Ruddock Review, and Religious Freedom as a Right’. 

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