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    A COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE: Essays in Honour of Emeritus Professor Gabriël A. Moens  -- Edited by Augusto Zimmermann

    A COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE: Essays in Honour of Emeritus Professor Gabriël A. Moens -- Edited by Augusto Zimmermann

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    ISBN:9781925826203
    A COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE
    Essays in Honour of Emeritus Professor Gabriël A. Moens

    Edited by Augusto Zimmermann

    Paperback, 495 pages, $49.95

    October 2018

    ISBN: 9781925826203


    Emeritus Professor Gabriël A. Moens is a prominent Australian academic, researcher, teacher and
    administrator and his legacy is nothing short of extraordinary. Over his long and distinguished
    career he has acquired a solid reputation as a leading academic expert in constitutional law, legal
    philosophy, and business law, in particular in its international and comparative dimensions.
    Edited by Professor Augusto Zimmermann, ‘A Commitment to Excellence: Essays in
    Honour of Professor Gabriël A. Moens’ is a collection of essays written by leading lawyers and
    academics who share a profound admiration for his extraordinary life and legacy. These essays
    address some of the topics Professor Moens has taught during his highly successful career. These
    include constitutional law, contract law, comparative law, jurisprudence, European Union law,
    International commercial law, trade law, arbitration law and practice, and mooting.
    The result is a deeply impressive collection of articles that is a most fitting tribute to the
    remarkable career of Professor Moens.

    “It is a privilege to be invited to contribute an essay to a collection that honours the work of
    Gabriël A. Moens, Emeritus Professor of Law of the University of Queensland. Professor Moens
    is a long-time colleague, friend and mentor. A man of boundless intellectual ability and energy, he
    was an inspiration to students and colleagues and who was extraordinarily generous with his time
    and resources. He was the master of the inspirational lecture with the rare quality of sustaining
    unwavering student engagement with the most complex of topics.”
    – Suri Ratnapala, Emeritus Professor of Law, The University of Queensland

    “Gabriël Moens was the supervisor of my Master of Laws thesis on the implied freedom of political
    communication and was kind enough to read and comment extensively on my PhD thesis on Australian
    federalism. Gabriël’s incisive ability to see immediately what was essential in a line of argument –
    as distinct from what was merely tangential to it – was exactly the kind of advice that an inquisitive
    graduate student like me needed. I will always be grateful to him for the sage advice and unwavering
    support he gave me during those formative years".
    – Nicholas Aroney, Professor of Law, The University of Queensland

    Contributors include:
    • Emeritus Prof. Suri Ratnapala TC Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    • Prof. Nicholas Aroney TC Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 
    • Geoffrey Bennett The Institute of Art and Law, London, United Kingdom
    • Prof. Jürgen Bröhmer Murdoch University School of Law, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
    • Prof. Marc De Vos Ghent University School of Law, Ghent, Belgium and Curtin School of Law, Curtin University, Perth, Australia
    • Prof. Philip Evans  School of Law, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
    • Lorraine Finlay Murdoch University School of Law, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
    • Prof. J. Clifton Fleming J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, United States of America
    • Prof. Henry Gabriel Elon University School of Law, Greensboro, North Carolina, United States of America
    • Diana Hu Regional Mergers and Acquisitions, AIG Asia Pacific, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    • Eric Ng Barrister-at-law, Gilt Chambers, Hong Kong, China
    • Prof. Doug Jones AO Independent Arbitrator, Sydney, Australia, Atkin Chambers, London, United Kingdom and Arbitration Place, Toronto, Canada
    • Prof. Luke Nottage Sydney Law School, The University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    • Prof. Michael Quinlan School of Law, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
    • Dr Rajesh Sharma School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
    • Harprabdeep Singh Barrister-at-Law, Hong Kong, China.
    • Prof. Keith Thompson School of Law, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    • Dr John Trone Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    • Prof. Bruno Zeller School of Law, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
    • Prof. Augusto Zimmermann School of Law, Sheridan College, Perth, Australia