Rendering Assistance to a Foreign Liquidator The incidence, size and complexity of insolvencies, which cross national borders, have grown substantially in recent years. The problems of administering an insolvency, which crosses national boundaries and which is likely to be subject to different national insolvency regimes, can be intractable and costly, often defeating one of the [...]

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From the 4th of February to the 7th of February, students from Adelaide University Law School competed against 16 other teams in the Australian Round of the Phillip C Jessup International Law Moot held in Canberra. The team comprised Shauna Roeger, Peter Tidswell, Isabela Deveza, Patrick Leeson and Danielle Gilby. The team was coached by [...]

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The Adelaide Law School is delighted to invite you to the launch of Law as Change: Engaging with the Life and Scholarship of Adrian Bradbrook edited by Paul Babie and Paul Leadbeter (University of Adelaide Press, 2014). Date:Thursday, 19 March 2014 Time: 5.30pm for 6pm start Venue: Ira Raymond Room, Barr Smith Library, The University [...]

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The question we have to ask is, do we want to foster an Australian creative industry and provide a fair reward to those who work in the industry – or are we prepared to sacrifice our culture for cheap downloads? —- Melissa de Zwart Professor Melissa de Zwart has recently conducted research into online copyright [...]

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It’s been a big year the Adelaide Law School. Despite being in ‘caretaker mode’ in the absence of our Dean, Professor John Williams on sabbatical (with two Acting Deans, Melissa de Zwart (Semester 1) and David Brown (Semester 2) ), we have not let the grass grow. Below are some of the notable aspects of [...]

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Dale Stephens

In late Oct/early Nov 2014, Associate Professors Dale Stephens and Melissa de Zwart travelled to Montreal, Canada to teach a strategic space law workshop. The University of Adelaide Law School, in partnership with the McGill University Institute of Air and Space Law, hosted the workshop. It attracted maximum attendance with students from numerous countries and [...]

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Learn more about studying Law at Adelaide from two of our current students…

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The NSW Parliament’s Committee on Children and Young People has completed an inquiry into volunteering and unpaid work placements among children and young people in that state. In dealing with unpaid work experience, its report makes extensive reference to research and submissions by Adelaide Law School Professors Rosemary Owens and Andrew Stewart. Among other things, [...]

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    When I hear from people like Cathryn, I realise how fortunate I have been in life. I had my struggles, like everybody else, but I had parents who supported me and always encouraged me to do my best. Cathryn was born to parents who were both struggling with drug addictions and living in [...]

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Dale Stephens

What degree and qualifications do you have and what were your years of graduation? LL.B (Hons) (Adelaide) 1988; GDLP (SAIT) 1999; LL.M (Melbourne) 2003; LL.M (Harvard) 2004; SJD (Harvard) 2014. What have you been doing since graduation? I joined the Royal Australian Navy as a Legal Officer and specialised in operational and international law.  I [...]

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