Monthly Archives: July 2015
Earlier this month the PLPRU, in conjunction with the Adelaide Law School, hosted a professional development day for high school Legal Studies teachers. Twenty teachers from private and public schools across South Australia attended the workshop. This is the second year the Adelaide Law School has organised this event and it is hoped the School […]
Are you thinking about the next step in your Law career? Once you have graduated from your degree, the Adelaide GDLP is the final piece of the puzzle that allows you to practise law. To provide you with all the information you need before getting started the Law School will be hosting GDLP Week from […]
Final-year Bachelor of Laws student Susan Dixon has won SA NAIDOC’s Scholar of the Year award. The NAIDOC awards celebrate the achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. From all of us at the Adelaide Law School, congratulations Susan! Learn more about the 2015 NAIDOC SA awards here.
Revoking citizenship for engagement in terrorist activity weakens Australian citizenship for no positive end
On the AUSPUBLAW blog Dr Peter Burdon and Associate Professor Alex Reilly argue that revoking citizenship for engaging in terrorist activities weakens Australian citizenship for no positive gain. Click here to read their post.
From 29 June to 3 July, Adelaide Law School, in partnership with McGill University (Montreal, Canada), ran the second ‘Strategic Space Law’ course. The course was initially run last year in Montreal and was slightly modified and now run for the first time in Adelaide. The course coordinators were Professor Melissa de Zwart and Associate […]
A group of 23 Adelaide Law School students, accompanied by Dr Wendy Ng and Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs, are spending two weeks in Beijing immersing themselves in the study of Chinese law. Follow their experiences with daily updates on the Faculty’s Study Tour Blog.
David Brown’s article “Is it time to reform the cornerstone of Australia’s insolvency regime?” has been published on The Conversation.