A recent study commissioned by the Fair Work Ombudsman has highlighted a growing trend for job-seekers to perform unpaid work in order to gain experience and improve their employability. Such arrangements, often called internships, are becoming an accepted pathway into many professions – including the law. But are they lawful, especially under the federal Fair […]
Dr John Gava, Associate Professor of Adelaide Law School is presenting a half day session at the ‘All SA Courts Inter-Courts Judicial Development Day on 7 June 2012. The title of the seminar is ‘Some Problems with Extra-Judicial Pronouncements on the Law’.
Adelaide Law School’s Dean is very pleased to announce that two colleagues have now had good news on their PhDs. Nicole Lederer’s PhD on comparative affirmative action systems has been approved by the Examiners and she is in the final days of completing the paperwork. We have been privileged to have Nicole with us and […]
On 1 March 2013 the Adelaide Law School welcomed its new Law students with the First Year Induction Day. The morning started with a welcome by the Dean of Law, Professor John Williams, followed by their preliminary lecture in Foundations of Law. The next three lectures covered the practicalities of the Law School experience. The […]