Dr. Neville Rochow KC holds degrees from the University of Adelaide, for which he has written theses in contract law, constitutional and evidence law, and on the philosophy of human dignity and its constitutional recognition domestically and internationally: LLB (Hons); LLM; PhD. He also holds a Master’s degree from Deakin University in Competition Law and Policy. He has held honorary professorships and international fellowships at various universities in Australia and abroad. In 2019, he was awarded the Hans-Jürgen & Marianne Ohff Research Grant, to take up a position as Gastwissenschaftler at the University of Mannheim law school. He has lectured and spoken in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, the United States, New Zealand, and Australia.
Both prior to and in his adjunct capacity at Adelaide Law School, he has taught contract, criminal law, commercial law, and law and religion. He has organized and spoken at conferences in Australia and throughout the world on constitutional law, commercial law, and law and religion.
Talk About post by Neville Rochow QC:
- Another Case of Déjà Vu: The Sacrifice of Conscience to Monsters￼
- What Is and What Should Never Be: Corporate and Digital Specters that Threaten Fundamental Freedoms
- Freedom of Religion or Belief—Creating the Constitutional Space for Fundamental Freedoms: A New Book on Religious Freedom and its Protection from the Perspective of Several Jurisdictions