The Adelaide Law School, with the support of principal sponsor Lipman Karas, are pleased to invite you to enter the 2015 Images of Justice Photographic Competition. This year, the competition will be held as part of the Adelaide Fringe and entrants will be judged on their creative interpretation of ‘justice’. The competition challenges entrants to [...]

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Hear Adelaide Law School’s Professor Andrew Stewart discuss the use and value of unpaid internships with Waleed Aly on Radio National

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Having practiced in the areas of Commercial Law and Intellectual Property for over 12 years, in various Adelaide law firms, Paula Zito welcomed the new challenge and opportunity to teach in these subject areas at The University of Adelaide. As Paula enjoyed using her knowledge in a different way with students, she decided to apply [...]

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Associate Professor Christopher Symes was in Canberra this week to provide an expert briefing to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services (PJCCFS). Christopher contributed to a briefing paper and commentary provided by senior corporate law academics on the corporations legislation discussing areas for reform and issues of concern. The PJCCFS has an [...]

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Professor James Crawford AC SC has been elected as a judge of the International Court of Justice. He is one of the world’s leading international lawyers, and one of our most distinguished alumni, as recognised by the University’s Distinguished Alumni award in 2012.  He was awarded the highest Australian honour, the Companion of the Order [...]

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A group of Adelaide Law School researchers have been awarded a major grant by the Australian Research Council to study the regulation of internships and other work experience arrangements. The research team is led by Professors Rosemary Owens and Andrew Stewart, who have already produced a groundbreaking report on this subject for the Fair Work [...]

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Gabrielle Golding (h&s)

Gabrielle Golding, a Higher Degree by Research Candidate from the Adelaide Law School, has been awarded the Australian Labour Law Association’s (ALLA) Research Degree Scholarship for 2014. This scholarship is decided on by the ALLA National Executive and provides full funding for Gabrielle to attend the biennial ALLA 2014 Conference in Manly from 13-15 November. [...]

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On 14 October, Ms Naz Modirzadeh of Harvard Law School delivered the inaugural SA Red Cross Oration at the National Wine Centre to a packed house of over 150 attendees. Ms Modirzadeh is a Director of the Harvard Program on International Law and Armed Conflict (PILAC) and has been a prolific and celebrated scholar in [...]

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Assoc Prof Melissa de Zwart with her Singapore class

Assoc Prof Melissa de Zwart recently presented an Accredited Continuing Professional Development seminar for the Singapore legal profession on ‘Surveillance, Algorithms and Big Data: The Impact on Privacy Law’. During her visit, she also presented at classes taught by the Singapore Management University, School of Law, on copyright and information technology, for the IT Law [...]

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Research 21 Series The Faculty of the Professions takes as its guiding principle ‘leading thought into leading practice’. Our Research 21 Lecture Series demonstrate to the wider community how our research is leading the way from leading thought to leading practice in addressing the challenges posed by 21st Century globalised life. The Relevance of Hannah [...]

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