The John Bray Law Network hosted the annual Chief Justice’s Shield Quiz night on Saturday 12th July. The evening was a fun night and a huge success with the generosity of sponsors and participants enabling sufficient funds to be raised to support a $5,000 scholarship for an achieving but financially disadvantaged Adelaide Law School student [...]

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The IUCN Academy of Environmental Law is an international network of environmental law faculties and research centres across some 56 countries worldwide. The 12th IUCNAEL Colloquium was hosted by Universitat Rovira I Virgili in Tarragona, Spain, from 30 June to 5 July 2014 with the theme ‘Energy for a Fair Society on a Safe Planet’. [...]

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We are  pleased to announce the John Bray Law Network will host the 2014 John Bray Oration on Wednesday 24th September 2014 at 5.30pm in Elder Hall. This year’s oration will be delivered by the Honourable Margaret J White AO, retired Justice of the Queensland Court of Appeal and Adelaide Law School graduate. The title [...]

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We are delighted to extend the Law School’s congratulations to our final year LLB student Dwayne Coulthard, the 2014 South Australian NAIDOC Scholar of the Year. The award recognises not only Dwayne’s academic achievements, but his work as a cadet at the Legal Services Commission, and his extensive community involvement including through the Australian Indigenous [...]

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During the week of 30 June to 4 July Acting Dean, Dr Melissa de Zwart, visited a number of Colleges in Malaysia to talk to prospective Business, Economics and Law students. At Taylor’s College she gave a presentation on Constitutional Law to the students undertaking Legal Studies in the SA Year 12 program. The students [...]

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Hosted by the Adelaide Law School The University of Adelaide Adelaide, South Australia 19-21 January 2015 In 2015 the University of Adelaide will host the Australasian Teachers Association’s (ATTA’s) annual conference.  The conference will run from Monday, 19 January to Wednesday, 21 January. The theme of the conference is: Tax: ‘It’s time’ for change and papers [...]

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There is now more health research and sources of health information than ever, and survey research tells us that the public has a strong interest in both health science and information about healthy living. Despite this reality, there remains deep confusion regarding the individual and population actions that can maintain and improve our health, such [...]

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Reflecting a high level of interest as well as community engagement among our students, Adelaide students have been incredibly successful in gaining prestigious and competitive native title internship placements. Eight Adelaide law students and graduates are to gain first-hand experience in the field of native title and indigenous affairs this winter through the Aurora Project. [...]

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Adelaide Law School would like to congratulate Cathryn Somerville, who has been awarded the inaugural Duncan Basheer Hannon Scholarship. This scholarship has been established to benefit a student who is in their second year of their Bachelor of Laws Program. Adelaide Law School would like to thank Duncan Basheer Hannon for their continued generous support [...]

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Adeladie Law School would like to congratulate Associate Professor Dale Stephens being awarded his Doctor of Juridical Science Degree (SJD) by Harvard Law School. The SJD is Harvard’s most advanced law degree and has been offered as part of the Law program for over 100 years. His dissertation topic was ‘Lawfare or Law Fair? The [...]

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