Melbourne Law School alumnus Professor Zelman Cowen (LLB 1940) was a brilliant Melbourne student, a World War II veteran and an esteemed public leader and intellectual. He won the Supreme Court Prize and a Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford.
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It's an honour to give the 2014 Sir Zelman Cowen Oration. This is an occasion to remember and honour a remarkable Australian: a man who gave a lifetime's devotion to education and the law, and who played a particularly important healing role at a difficult time in Australia's national life.
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Zelman Cowen was born in Melbourne on 7 October 1919, the son of Bernard and Sarah Cohen. His father changed the family name to Cowen a few years after his birth. After studying locally, the boy won a scholarship to Melbourne’s Scotch College where he was Dux in 1935.
Sir Zelman Cowen, AK, GCMG, GCVO, QC, PC1 was the 19th Governor-General of Australia. A disinguished and much loved Australian, he passed away in Melbourne on 8 December 2011, aged 92 Executive director of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry, Peter Wertheim, expressed his condolences to Sir Zelman's family. “It is with great sadness that I inform you that Sir Zelman Cowen was gathered.
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When Sir Zelman Cowen was sworn in as governor-general of Australia in 1977 he faced the problem of following the widely unpopular Sir John Kerr, although Cowen was generally considered to be an.
Essays on the Law Of Evidenceby Zelman Cowen and P. B. CarterOxford at the Clarendon Press, 19561st edition. Hardback copy with dust jacket. Condition: Fair given its age. Signs of wear on dust jacket (front and back covers, spine); bottom corner.
Sir Zelman Cowen Centre (SZCC) is named in honour of distinguished Australian statesman scholar and jurist, the late Sir Zelman Cowen AK GCMG GCVO QC. A public figure dedicated to higher education and the welfare of the nation, Sir Zelman’s life epitomises the spirit of Victoria University: his was a life of opportunity and success.
The Sir Zelman Cowen Memorial Oration The oration is an annual public lecture celebrating the life and legacy of Sir Zelman Cowen, a distinguished scholar, educator, civic leader and.
Zelman Cowen was born in Melbourne on October 7, 1919, to Bernard and Sara Granat Cohen. (Bernard changed the family name to “Cowen” a few years later.) Both parents’ families had left Russian Belarus in the 1880s, Bernard’s family for London, from which he arrived in Australia in 1911.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cowen, Zelman, Sir. Essays on the law of evidence. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press (1973) (OCoLC)755192520.