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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Space and National Security (Nebraska, U.S) Study Tour Day 1

  POLL: Best moment in Nebraska so far: 1. Prof Beard randomly breaking into a Russian accent * 2. Having a whole row of seats to yourself on the 15hr flight to LAX 3. Watching Andre Bemmer ‘ice skating’ 4. Bud Light 5. Ice Skating 6. Drinking pickle juice (a local delicacy) * most popular […]

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Effective and Co-Operative Law Reform in Smaller Jurisdictions: SA Law Reform Visit to Tasmania

The challenges and opportunities of undertaking an effective modern law reform reference common to smaller jurisdictions such as South Australia and Tasmania was the theme of a recent productive visit to the University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute by Professor John Williams and Dr David Plater, the Director and Deputy Director of […]

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Dean presents on the Future of Legal Education at AALS

Professor Melissa de Zwart, Dean of Law, presented as part of a special session on the impact of technology on the future of legal education at the 122nd Annual Meeting of American Association of Law Schools (AALS), held in San Diego  3- 6 January. A group of Australian legal educators were invited by AALS Section […]

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International Humanitarian Law in Action – from Ligertwood to Mosul

There are multiple ways that an Adelaide Law School degree can lead you to pathways you could not fathom when in the Law School. An Adelaide Law School graduate Priya Pavri (and former President of the AULSS) has spent the last 9 months in war torn Iraq dealing with the humanitarian crisis over there.  She […]

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Dr Manuel Solis designated as Philippine Delegation adviser to the 23rd Conference of the Parties, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Bonn, Germany

Dr Manuel Solis, a Lecturer at the Adelaide Law School, was designated as a non-government legal and policy adviser to the Philippines Delegation, and granted a party or negotiator rather than observer status in the 23rd Conference of the Parties, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP 23) held in Bonn, Germany, 6 – […]

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Adelaide Law School Student appointed 2018 Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations.

University of Adelaide and Adelaide Law School student Amos Washington has been appointed Australia’s Youth Representative to the United Nations for 2018. The position is appointed by UN Youth Australia in consultation with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The Youth Representative is an unpaid role that involves gathering the views of young Australians […]

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