Gillard Visit an Opportunity to Present on Human Rights Research

On 21 March 2014, the Fay Gale Centre for Research on Gender (FGC) hosted a reception for the University of Adelaide’s new Honorary Visiting Professor (and former Prime Minister), Julia Gillard. The FGC builds on the University’s commitment to promote social justice, equality and diversity in the community and its own workplace. Alongside the Public […]

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Book Review: Freedom of Religion Under Bills of Rights

John Witte, Jr, reviews Paul Babie and Neville Rochow (eds), Freedom of Religion Under Bills of Rights (University of Adelaide Press, 2012)  

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Spain’s dubious claim to Gibraltar

Associate Professor John Gava has been studying the recent dispute over Gibraltar. He writes: ‘Gibraltar has once again hit the headlines with a dispute over fishing rights spiralling into a barely concealed demand by the Spanish government for the ‘return’ of Gibraltar. Spain’s latest claims for Gibraltar are clever politically, because they divert attention of […]

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Law, Faith & the Secular, A symposium on Law and Religion

Law, Faith & the Secular, A symposium on Law and Religion at Griffith University on Thursday, 28 November. View brochure.

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Congratulations to our Academics for securing University Interdisciplinary Research Funding

Last week the DVC(R) announced the outcomes of the University Interdisciplinary Research Funding round. The Faculty of the Professions secured 2 IDRF grants of $20,000 each. Sincere congratulations to the following members of the Faculty for their success in this round: • A/Prof Veronica Soebarto (Architecture) and A/Prof Paul Babie (Law), ‘Scoping study for crime […]

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RUSSLR 2013 Law and Religion Oration by Dr John Strawson

Islamic Law encounters the Arab Spring – Egypt’s choice Renowned Islamic law expert, Dr John Strawson, will deliver the University of Adelaide Research Unit for the Study of Society, Law and Religion’s (RUSSLR) 2013 Law and Religion Oration. His public lecture will provide a thought-provoking insight into the highly publicised political struggle in Egypt and […]

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Corruption: Have your voice heard

Throughout October and November, the Adelaide Law School is involved in some important research into corruption at the local government level in South Australia. Dr Gabrielle Appleby is leading a team of researchers from the University of Adelaide’s Law and Psychology Schools. She explains the research and its importance below. Corruption within government affects the […]

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Seminar: Advocacy in Criminal Trials and Inquests

Date/Time: Wednesday, 23 October 2013, 5:15 pm to 7:00 pm Location: Lecture Theatre 2, Ligertwood Building North Terrace Campus Cost: Free The AJU seminar series is convened for and directed at students with a particular interest in advocacy, evidence and procedure. Members of the profession are invited so the students have a chance to meet […]

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Researchers to assist Fair Work Commission on pay equity

A research team based at Adelaide Law School has been engaged by the Fair Work Commission to prepare a research report on the equal remuneration provisions in the Fair Work Act. Under that Act, the Commission can make orders to ensure pay equity between male and female workers. This power has already been used to […]

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Corporate Law Teachers Association Conference 2014

Hosted by the Adelaide Law School The University of Adelaide at the National Wine Centre Adelaide 2 to 4 February 2014 In 2014 the University of Adelaide will host the Corporate Law Teachers Association’s (CLTA) annual conference at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide. The conference will run from Sunday, 2 February to Tuesday, 4 […]

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