Tonight: an evening with Albie Sachs in conversation with Bob Debus

Tue Aug 17 2010

Members are invited to attend the launch of The Strange Alchemy of Life and Law by Albie Sachs. After returning to South Africa from a period of exile, during which he survived an assassination attempt, human rights lawyer, Albie Sachs played a significant role in drafting South Africa's post-apartheid Constitution and was appointed by Nelson Mandela to the country's first Constitutional Court which interprets South Africa's Bill of Rights. Bob Debus was appointed minister for home affairs under the Rudd Labor government in 2007. Prior to his federal appointment, he was NSW attorney general, environment minister and minister for the arts.

Time: 5.30pm-7:30pm Date: Wednesday, 15 September 2010 Venue: Freehills, Level 38, MLC Centre, 19 Martin Place, Sydney Cost: $25.00, or $55.00 (which includes a copy of The Strange Alchemy of Life and Law by Albie Sachs) Drinks will be served.

RSVP:� Register online at by Friday, 10 September 2010 Enquiries:� Please call (02) 9385 1803 or email

15 September 2010

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