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The new Graduate Certificate in Insolvency Law addresses the ASIC Insolvency Practice Rules accreditation requirements

The Graduate Certificate in Insolvency Law is designed to provide students with an understanding and appreciation of the role of Insolvency Law and the process and legislative framework of insolvency practice in Australia. Australian insolvency law regulates the position of companies which are in financial distress and are unable to pay or provide for all […]

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Alumni Profile: Grace Ness

Names: Grace Ness Degree(s): Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of International Studies, Diploma of Languages and Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. Why did you choose the University of Adelaide to study? I finished my schooling in the Northern Territory and afterwards, Adelaide seemed like the perfect fit.  SA and the NT have the same schooling system […]

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Adelaide Law / Commerce / Finance students win national UBS Investment Banking Challenge

Congratulations to Matthew Nesbitt (Bachelor of Law / Commerce), Gavin Roberts (Bachelor of Law / Commerce), George O’Connor (Bachelor of Law / Commerce) and Sam Craig (Bachelor of Law / Finance) who beat over 300 teams to take out the national final of the UBS Investment Banking Challenge. The UBS Investment Banking Challenge is a […]

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Adelaide Law Intern wins Essay Prize

Over the summer semester Mr Jonathan Brohier undertook a Public Law Internship with the Solicitor-General (SG), Mr Martin Hinton QC as part of his Bachelor of Laws.  During the internship he acted as the SG’s research assistant, drafting preliminary opinions on issues ranging from native title to charitable trusts to the determination of the granting […]

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Irene Watson: SA’s first Aboriginal lawyer welcomes young graduates

A fantastic article has been published on NITV’s website about the career of Irene Watson, the first Aboriginal women to graduate from the University of Adelaide with a Law degree. Irene was recently honoured by the Adelaide Law School with the re launch of the of the Irene Watson Lounge. The article also covers the […]

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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 – April 2016 – Final Day

Last day: Alissa Bishop-Thorpe, Rhiannon Grosse and Lucy Roberts We began the day with a seminar led by expert in Scottish politics, Alan Convery. During the session, Alan gave us interesting insight into the issues that are affecting the current political climate in Scotland. The two  major topics discussed were the rise of the Scottish […]

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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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Human Rights Internship: Legal Aid in Timor-Leste by Sara Ucci

Over the summer break I completed a Human Rights Internship in Timor-Leste at the NGO, Asisténsia Legal ba Feto no Labarik (ALFeLa), an organisation that provides legal aid to women and children throughout Timor-Leste. It has been one of the most rewarding subjects I have undertaken while at University. The Human Rights Internship was a […]

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UK Study Tour – April 2016 – Monday 18 April

Today’s session began with one of Adelaide University’s Alumni, Dr Stephanie Palmer, who spoke to us at the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge. As a constitutional specialist, Stephanie offered the group an analysis into the interactions between British domestic law and European international organisations. Stephanie’s presentation focused on the British constitution and […]

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