If you work in health, understanding the point at which the law impacts on your professional activities is essential. Designed for healthcare professionals, this seminar is the first of its kind, and presents a unique opportunity to learn firsthand from one of our leading Law experts and help answer common questions that arise in the […]
Adelaide Law School will be holding a public seminar on ‘Is Federalism Being Undermined in the Current Surge to ‘Recognise’ Indigenous Australians in (and into) the Commonwealth Constitution?’. This seminar will be presented by Professor Mark McMillan, Professor of Law and Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor Indigenous Education and Engagement at RMIT University in Melbourne, a […]
Five members of the University of Adelaide Law School attended at the CLTA 2017 Conference from 5-7 February, held at Griffith University Gold Coast Campus, entitled “Agile Corporate Law: CSR, Innvoation and Environment”.
The Adelaide Law School is hosting the annual National Wellness for Law Conference on 16-17 February 2017 around the theme of diversity and inclusiveness. The conference brings together members from the legal and psychology professions and the broader community. It will open with addresses from His Honour the Chief Justice Chris Kourakis, Race Discrimination Commissioner […]
The National Wellness for Law Forum an annual initiative of the Wellness Network for Law, a community of academics, practitioners, regulators, students and wellness practitioners and advocates. The 2017 National Wellness for Law Forum will be held 16-17 February 2017, hosted by Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide. The theme for the 2017 Forum is […]
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 […]
Companies with a tenuous grasp on solvency, in the Twilight Zone before the commencement of a formal insolvency process, need to be able to employ commercial strategies to try to trade their way back to solvency. Unfortunately, as was recently demonstrated by Dick Smith’s, some of the typical strategies employed by companies with tenuous solvency […]
Presented by: Dr Tim Soutphommasane, Race Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission Date: Wednesday 28 September Time: 4.00-5.30pm Venue: Adelaide Law School Moot Court, Ligertwood Building, North Terrace RSVP: email@example.com Sponsored by the University’s GED Committee, the Faculty of the Professions and ECMS.
The Adelaide Law School invites you to attend a free public lecture by Lilian Edwards, Professor of E-Governance from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. Lilian will be sharing learnings from her paper titled ‘Privacy, security and data protection in smart cities: a critical EU perspective’. When: Thursday 15 September, 5pm. Where: Lecture Theatre 2, […]
Ethical problems can have a myriad of ethical (and unethical) solutions. Sometimes the conduct rules assist by pointing out appropriate resolutions, but the rules may fail to address the particular problems we face, or may provide ambiguous or inadequate guidance. Therefore, as we approach ethical decision-making, we tend to fall into familiar patterns and draw […]