Symposium: Business Rescue Law Reform in Australia and the EU

ROCIT Research Unit, Adelaide Law School, in conjunction with EU Centre for Global Affairs National Wine Centre, Adelaide on Thursday 16 March 2017, 8.45am-3pm Are our business rescue laws still fit for purpose? How can they better assist directors to preserve value before it’s too late, but still protect other stakeholders including the public interest? […]

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Call for student volunteers: Space Security Index project

Following on from the highly successful launch of this project in 2016, Prof Melissa de Zwart  and Prof Dale Stephens (RUMLAE) are looking for 4-5 student volunteers (UG or PG) who will undertake a research project related to Space Security from February-September 2017. You will work individually and collaboratively as part of a team (online) […]

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Protecting Cultural Property in Armed Conflict

Australian Red Cross and the University of Adelaide Law School invite you to attend an important conference ‘Protecting Cultural Property in Armed Conflict’. This Conference is an opportunity to bring the issue of protections for cultural property in armed conflict to the fore in the thinking of Australian decision makers and provide a forum for […]

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English Law, Culture, Governance & Society Workshop (1680s – 1760s) : 15 -16 September

This two-day interdisciplinary workshop will address some key themes of  ‘A New History of Law in Post-Revolutionary England’ (ARC DP160100265). Seeking to recover and reassess the history of English law, broadly conceived, over the seven decades following the Glorious Revolution of 1688-8, the results of this project will appear as Volume IX in the Oxford […]

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GDLP Morning Tea

Preparing Yourself for Practice: Putting Your Best Foot Forward Each year the Law Society and University of Adelaide Law School host a morning tea event for the final year law students with the theme of “Preparing Yourself for Practice: Putting Your Best Foot Forward”. This year’s event is to be held 10.15 am to midday […]

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UK Study Tour – 19 / 20 April

The morning started off bright and early, leaving the peacefulness of Cambridge behind to venture out to Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital. Although most were not looking forward to the eight-hour bus ride ahead, it was difficult to resist the scenic views of England’s countryside. To keep ourselves entertained, we took part in voting in our very […]

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UK Study Tour 2016 – April 2016 – Day 3

Day 3 – Alexandra Papanikolaou, Harris Asimakopoulos and Sarah Paitaridis “Toeing the line with the UK Parliament” A walking tour of the Houses of Parliament at Westminster was the highlight of our day.  Seeing such a detailed structure was fascinating for us all.  We were amazed at the architecture and craned our necks to see […]

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The International Zone – Australian Lawyers Abroad

Adelaide Law School student Thomas Wooden has spent the last 6 months working on the largest trial judgment in the history of international humanitarian law. The final year Adelaide law student is an intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). This interview was given on the 16/05/15.   What made you […]

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