Monthly Archives: August 2015
In an article posted on The Conversation, Dr Anna Olijnyk explains the claims of ‘apprehended bias’ made against Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon. Click here to read Anna’s article.
In an article published on New Matilda, Dr Adam Webster examines whether a plebiscite or referendum are really necessary to legislate on marriage equality. Click here to read Adam’s article.
Adelaide Law School student Thomas Wooden has spent the last 6 months working on the largest trial judgment in the history of international humanitarian law. The final year Adelaide law student is an intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). This interview was given on the 16/05/15. What made you […]
The John Bray Law Alumni Network hosted the annual Chief Justice’s Shield Quiz night on Saturday 8th August 2015. Matt Murphy said “the evening was a resounding success.” Matt thanked all the sponsors (listed below), saying that without their kind support, the evening would not have achieved the outcome it did in raising a net […]
The Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission was established by the South Australian Government to undertake an independent and comprehensive investigation into South Australia’s participation in four areas of activity that form part of the nuclear fuel cycle. Adelaide Law School’s Public Law and Policy Research Unit made a submission to the Commission, specifically relating to […]
On 20-23 July 2015, the Adelaide Law School hosted the 5th International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science 2015 (ICELFS). ICELFS 2015 was the inaugural convention of the Conference outside Beijing. Adelaide and its University were honoured to welcome 240 participants from 15 different countries to take part in four days of proceedings. Over […]
In the forthcoming edition of the Melbourne University Law Review (vol 39(1)), Dr Adam Webster examines the argument that the common law could provide a solution to interstate river disputes. The following is the abstract of the article: In Australia, the sharing of water from a river — such as the Murray River — that flows […]