I attended the annual Queen's Inn dinner at Queen's College, where the speaker was Justice Marcia Neave.
I have to say that the College under the leadership of the present master, Prof David Runia, seems to be travelling impressively (at least, from what I can see, from afar). In particular, it appears to have successfully handled the transition of Melbourne University to the so-called "Melbourne Model". This involves professional entry degrees all being post-graduate. In the case of law, this is the JD.
For Melbourne's colleges, with their traditional focus on under-graduates, this has required a bit of a step-change in order to appeal to a greater range of post-graduates. We were told that, this year, Queen's has 10 students in residence undertaking the JD, which seems quite good.
Justice Neave's speech was directed at the mostly under and recent-graduate audience, and appeared to hit the mark. Her main themes were women in the law (basically, they started from a long way behind, there's been progress, but there's still more to be done) and some reflections on her life in the law. She also reflected on the fact that more people are graduating in law than will ever work as lawyers (see my post here on this aspect).
EDIT: For completeness, here's my post on this dinner in 2012.