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The reach of our research extends beyond our borders and is now being translated into other languages. In 2014 Dr Alex Waryk  wrote a chapter on International Energy Law, for a book edited by colleagues, Paul Leadbeter and Prof Paul Babie. This chapter will soon be translated into Chinese. There has also been interest in […]

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RUMLAE Participates in STRATCOM Conference   RUMLAE Directors Professors Dale Stephens and Melissa de Zwart have recently returned from Omaha, Nebraska where they participated in the Annual U.S. Strategic Command Advanced Operations Law Conference.  U.S. Strategic Command is responsible for U.S. Space, Nuclear and Cyber Defence and partners with the University of Nebraska – College of Law […]

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Following their recent book on Cooperation at Work, Mark Bray, Johanna Macneil and Adelaide Law School’s Prof Andrew Stewart have written about the good faith bargaining obligations in the Fair Work Act 2009 and the extent to which they contribute to the pursuit of cooperation and mutual gains in the workplace. Entitled “Bargaining, Cooperation and […]

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The Law School is pleased to announce the launch of our ILLUMINATE: A podcast series about the law. Illuminate is a short, fun and easy-to-understand podcast series which aims to shine a light on the law. Please go ahead and listen and share amongst your  colleagues, friends and family. You will find the podcast playlist […]

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Prof Melissa de Zwart and Research Assistant Joel Lisk have influenced the development of regulation of space activities. Their work  has recently been heavily cited in a Senate Economics Committee report on the current Space Activities Amendment (Launches and Returns) Bill 2018. Currently before the Lower House of the Federal Parliament, the Bill aims to reform the […]

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Professor Alex Reilly opens his review of Boochani’s ‘unsparing look at the brutality of Manus Island’  with the following words: “It is a matter of wonder that Behrouz Boochani was able to write No Friend but the Mountains at all. He did so while in Manus prison, using text messages in Farsi on smuggled mobile phones. Egyptian […]

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RUMLAE hosts Prof Jonathan Black-Branch to present on ‘The Effectiveness of International Law to Govern Nuclear Non-Proliferation’   RUMLAE was very pleased to host a recent visit by Professor Jonathan Black-Branch to Adelaide Law school to provide an address on The Effectiveness of International Law to Govern Nuclear Non-Proliferation.  Prof Jonathan Black-Branch is the Dean of the […]

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A reader of The Conversation  recently asked the following question: “I have always wondered, in a distant future when humanity is able to settle permanently on a distant body (such as planet, moon or rocky body), are there any current legal frameworks that could be applied as a precedent for such individuals to “take ownership” of […]

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RUMLAE member Dr Colette Langos is Visiting Professor at the US Army JAG School in Virginia RUMLAE member, Dr Colette Langos, is a Visiting Professor with the Judge Advocate General’s School (U.S. Army), Charlottesville, Virginia for the next 6 months. She is the first foreign civilian to be offered this post. Colette has received a […]

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The Research Council of Norway boosts Polar Research at Adelaide Law School The Research Council of Norway – Norway’s national funding body and one of largest funding bodies in the world, recently approved a new project under its “Russia and the High North/Arctic (NORRUSS)” Program. Dr Nengye Liu will be participating in this three-year project […]

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