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 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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The Adelaide Law School provides students with the opportunity to partake in our study abroad program. This has allowed many students to move overseas for either one and two semesters, all whilst gaining credit towards their Adelaide Law degree. Read below to learn about Brittany Law’s exchange experience at the University of Alberta. Law School [...]

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The Adelaide Law School offers Canadian university graduates a seamless transition into the study of law in Australia. Because of Australia and Canada’s shared Common Law heritage, students are able to study Law at the University of Adelaide–the Australian Bachelor of Law (LLB) is the equivalent of the Canadian JD. Therefore, upon graduating from the [...]

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The Australian Red Cross, in conjunction with The University of Adelaide Law School, warmly invites you to the 2014 Red Cross Oration, “Turning Point or Breaking Point? Dilemmas in protecting civilians through International Humanitarian Law”, which is to be delivered on Tuesday, 14th October 2014 by Dr Naz Modirzadeh. Dr Modirzadeh is the founding Director [...]

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Adelaide Law School students, accompanied by both staff and two practitioners have set sail for the United States. Click here to follow their 10 day tour of  Washington and New York, which includes visits to the Pentagon, the Peace Institute, Harvard Law School, the White House and the Australian Embassy.  

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The John Bray Alumni Network and the Adelaide Law School were thrilled to host The Honourable Dr Margaret J White AO for the annual John Bray Oration. The Honourable Dr Margaret J White AO, whom the University of Adelaide Law School is proud to number amongst its alumni, delivered the address, entitled ‘Pro Bono: Good [...]

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The Adelaide Law School’s Work and Employment Regulation research group and the SA Chapter of the Australian Labour Law Association invite you to a seminar on temporary labour migration in Australia. The 457 Visa – The Federal Government Report and Response The 457 Visa has been subject to considerable revision since its inception in 1996. [...]

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The Adelaide Law School has held a well received seminar on the High Court’s recent decision in Commonwealth Bank v Barker, which concerned the scope of an employer’s obligation to act in a fair, reasonable or co-operative way towards its employees. The seminar, organised by the School’s Work and Employment Regulation research group in conjunction [...]

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