Adelaide Law School Corporate Law students’ success at ACUR

As part of the Small Group Discovery Experience in their Corporate Law class in 2016, Georgia Brazenall, Julia Grigonis-Gore, and Joe Ho worked together to complete a research assignment on ‘Illegal Phoenixing within Australia’. “We never imagined this would be the start of an invaluable and truly exciting research journey,” the students said, after that […]

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RUMLAE Director at US STRATCOM Advanced Ops Law Conference

RUMLAE Director, Professor Dale Stephens was recently invited to attend the US Strategic Command Advanced Operational Law Conference held in Omaha Nebraska.   U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM) is tasked with US Cyber, Nuclear and Space Defence and the Conference was jointly organised between US STRATCOM and the University of Nebraska Law School.  Professor Stephens was part […]

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Teaching and Research from the South to the North

In September, Dr Nengye Liu was invited by the Australian Academy of Science to present at this year’s Theo Murphy Australian Frontiers of Science Conference – The Antarctic Frontier: Developing Research in an Extreme Environment. The Conference was held in Hobart 13-15 September, and attracted more than 40 top early/mid-career scientists across the country. Dr […]

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The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG presented with an Honorary Doctorate

The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG was presented with an Honorary Doctorate during the Adelaide Law School Graduation Ceremony. The Honorary Degree of Doctor of the University is being awarded to the Honourable Michael Kirby for his exceptional service in Law, in human rights and in other public advocacy. Michael Kirby is an international jurist, […]

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Andrea Mason presented with an Honorary Doctorate

Andrea Mason was presented with an Honorary Doctorate during the University Graduation Ceremonies in September. Andrea Mason was admitted to the degree of Doctor of University (honoris causa) for her outstanding contribution to Aboriginal, Australian and international communities through her commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social justice; evidenced particularly in her work with […]

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South China Sea Code of Conduct on the Voice of America

Foreign ministers of ASEAN and China recently reached a negotiating framework for a Code of Conduct (CoC) in the South China Sea during ASEAN’s 50th anniversary leaders meeting in Manilla in August. The CoC is intended to be a set of rules to guide the conduct of parties and promote maritime cooperation in the disputed […]

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2017 Annual Law and Religion Oration and Symposium

Is “No Religion” the New Religion? Delivered by Professor Linda Woodhead MBE, Lancaster University UK We are delighted to announce the 2017 Law and Religion Oration and Symposium, which will be held this year at the Pilgrim Uniting Church. The symposium panel will consist of Rev Christy Capper, Director of Missology, Uniting College for Leadership […]

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My Digital Ongoing Journey: Comparing Laws in a Blended Learning Environment

On Friday 21 July 2017, Jessica Viven-Wilksch presented her experience of making videos for her cohort enrolled in the undergraduate elective, Comparative Law during the 7th Festival of Learning and Teaching held at the University of Adelaide. You can find a recording of the presentation here. The presentation retraced her journey as a law academic […]

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2018 New Colombo Plan Funding Success

Dr Nengye Liu’s Project ‘The Great Law of China – Legal Studies and Internship’, was recently awarded one of the 2018 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grants by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. This funding success, totalling $33,000 from the Australian Government, will enable 10 Adelaide law students to embark on an intensive 6 […]

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Adelaide Law School Students’ Stellar Performance!

From 18 to 21 April 2017, Adelaide Law School students Alison Jones, Nicholas Michalakas and Claudia Boccaccio, competed in the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Competition held at the Adelaide Law School. The team performed amazingly to place 5th out of a field of 37 teams from countries across the Asia-Pacific. The team was the […]

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