Graduation Celebratory Drinks were held on Wednesday 11th September in the Adelaide Law School Library. Congratulations and best wishes to all of our graduating students.

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Professor Christopher Symes spoke at the annual ARITA (Australian Restructuring Insolvency $ Turnaround Associaton) conference held at Adelaide Oval on Wednesday 7th September. His address raised the need for a detailed insolvency reform project to follow up from the extremely successful ALRC Harmer Report of 1988. ARITA recently announced they were creating a Financial Recovery […]

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On Saturday, we hosted the Adelaide Law School High School Mooting Competition. The Law School was buzzing with enthusiasm from those students who took part. Their oral and written advocacy was of an exceptional standard. Thank you to Melissa de Zwart, Will Snow and Sally Heidenreich for judging the Grand Final. Our congratulations go to […]

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  We are very proud to announce the opening of a new free legal advice service in Adelaide. The Administrative Appeals Tribunal Legal Advice Service joins our four other Law School legal services, with final year law students in the Clinical Legal Education Program providing legal advice in Centrelink cases (including Robodebt and Disabiity Support). […]

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Disrupting Law is a legal startup competition/hackathon for university students organised by The Legal Forecast students from law, business and technology. Uni SA hosted the South Australian leg of the competition over the weekend of 10-11 August. The event saw students split into teams and partner with academic and industry mentors to develop innovative solutions to current […]

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The independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) based at the Adelaide Law School has been working with the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute (TLRI) based at the University of Tasmania to progress the topical and important issue of the right to a fair trial before an impartial jury in the context of social media and […]

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The Law Reform class plays a major role in supporting the work of the South Australian Law Reform Institute. During the year, students select a research topic linked to the present or potential work of SALRI. Previous classes have worked on such diverse topics as discrimination law, equal opportunity, intestacy, succession, family inheritance, police powers […]

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The third working group meeting for the Woomera Manual project was held in the Hague between 5 & 9 August 2019.  The working group meeting was held in the Hague at the invitation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands,  hosted by the Ministry of Defence through the Royal Netherlands Air Force. Representatives of the founding […]

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On Wednesday 21 August, Adelaide Law School hosted the Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG, retired Justice of the High Court of Australia. He generously shared his time with our students, giving a lecture to our first-year class, and working with smaller groups of students including those serving as Student Editors of the Adelaide Law Review […]

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The Adelaide Law Review, one of Australia’s leading law journals since its inception in 1960, has celebrated the publication of its 40th volume. The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG launched a special issue of the Adelaide Law Review – volume 40, issue 1 – at Adelaide Law School on 21 August. The special issue contains […]

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