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Upcoming PhD Seminar – Obligation to intervene or sovereignty supreme? An analysis of the justifications for resort to force on humanitarian grounds to protect children

Adelaide Law School PhD Candidate Stacey Henderson Will be presenting on: Obligation to intervene or sovereignty supreme? An analysis of the justifications for resort to force on humanitarian grounds to protect children This proposed research aims to reconcile the jus ad bellum, or laws regulating when a state can use force, with the special protections […]

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Students, Graduates and Staff dominated the 2013 Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards

Daniel Kiley, Law and Mathematical and Computer Sciences graduate, is winner of the Hostworks Online Achievement Award. Daniel, 25 of Seaton, is a solicitor in the Intellectual Property, Competition and Media team at Kelly and Co Lawyers as well as an app developer. Daniel’s mobile phone applications have been downloaded over 30,000 times and include […]

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Next CPD Event – The Role of the Profession in the Absence of a Legislative Human Rights Instrument

The National Human Rights Consultation was a broad ranging community consultation about the protection of human rights in Australia. Its major critics saw it as a stalking horse for a bill of rights. The committee engaged focus groups and random polling as well as over 60 community roundtables, a three day national symposium and received […]

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Congratulations to Adelaide Law student Sarah Hibbard

Congratulations to our student Sarah Hibbard (currently on exchange at the University of Copenhagen) who’s been awarded the Crown Princess Mary Scholarship! The scholarship was set up as a wedding gift for Crown Prince Frederick and his wife, Crown Princess Mary.

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Fulbright Scholar Adam Webster Shares United States Experience

Adam Webster is a PhD student at the Adelaide Law School and a 2012 Fulbright South Australia Scholar. He shares his experiences as a visiting scholar in the United States. I am a PhD candidate at the Adelaide Law School and was one of two winners of a 2012 Fulbright South Australia Scholarship. My PhD […]

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Seminar – Using Your Voice Effectively

As legal academics our voice is arguably the most important teaching tool we possess. However, while we may have specialised knowledge of the law, very few if any of us have any formal voice training. And, as many of us have experienced, teaching for hours on end (especially in rooms with noisy air conditioners or […]

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Symposium: Compulsory Voting in Comparative Perspective

A symposium presented by the postgraduate Comparative Law class at the Adelaide Law School The University of Adelaide Date: 11 May 2013 Time: 9am for 9.15 am start – 3.15 pm Location: Moot Court, Ligertwood Building, The University of Adelaide No attendance fee, but rsvp necessary. RSVP: cornelia.koch@adelaide.edu.au by 9 May 2013 The Adelaide Law […]

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