Names: Grace Ness Degree(s): Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of International Studies, Diploma of Languages and Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. Why did you choose the University of Adelaide to study? I finished my schooling in the Northern Territory and afterwards, Adelaide seemed like the perfect fit.  SA and the NT have the same schooling system […]

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The annual Chief Justice’s Shield Quiz Night provides a fun and entertaining evening for the Law profession, school and community.  The generosity of all those that attended the 2015 event enabled sufficient funds to be raised to achieve the Network’s financial target of $5,000, which was used to support an undergraduate scholarship for a financially […]

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Dr Manuel Solis, a Lecturer at the Adelaide Law School, was invited to present his paper at the 14th IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium held in Oslo, Norway, from 20 to 25 June 2016. The theme of the Colloquium is ‘The Environment in Court – Environmental protection in the national and international courts, tribunals, […]

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You are invited to join the Adelaide Law School for a free public lecture about ‘The Economic Assessment of International Commercial Law Reform’ to be presented by Ms Jenifer Varzaly. Date: Wednesday 17 August 2016 Time: 1pm-2pm Where: Ligertwood 5.04/5.05, the University of Adelaide North Terrace campus RSVP by emailing paul.babie@adelaide.edu.au The Economic Assessment of […]

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Professor Andrew Stewart has published an article on the Legality of Unpaid Internships in The Conversation.

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Congratulations to Matthew Nesbitt (Bachelor of Law / Commerce), Gavin Roberts (Bachelor of Law / Commerce), George O’Connor (Bachelor of Law / Commerce) and Sam Craig (Bachelor of Law / Finance) who beat over 300 teams to take out the national final of the UBS Investment Banking Challenge. The UBS Investment Banking Challenge is a […]

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RUMLAE is proud to announce the commencement of an exciting and ground-breaking research project related to space security and the governance of outer space. This interdisciplinary and international project to develop the McGill Manual on International Law Applicable to Military Uses of Outer Space (MILAMOS) was officially launched at the opening of the 4th Manfred […]

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Over the summer semester Mr Jonathan Brohier undertook a Public Law Internship with the Solicitor-General (SG), Mr Martin Hinton QC as part of his Bachelor of Laws.  During the internship he acted as the SG’s research assistant, drafting preliminary opinions on issues ranging from native title to charitable trusts to the determination of the granting […]

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A fantastic article has been published on NITV’s website about the career of Irene Watson, the first Aboriginal women to graduate from the University of Adelaide with a Law degree. Irene was recently honoured by the Adelaide Law School with the re launch of the of the Irene Watson Lounge. The article also covers the […]

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