Monthly Archives: September 2019
Associate Professor David Brown, in collaboration with Lisa Bielby, Lynch Meyer Lawyers, Carsten Dethlefsen, and Renewal SA, recently took his postgraduate class, Perspectives on Property Law and Society, to visit the multi-award winning Tonsley Innovation District. The course material was front-loaded to prepare students for this case study where they were able to then see […]
Graduation Celebratory Drinks were held on Wednesday 11th September in the Adelaide Law School Library. Congratulations and best wishes to all of our graduating students.
Professor Christopher Symes spoke at the annual ARITA (Australian Restructuring Insolvency $ Turnaround Associaton) conference held at Adelaide Oval on Wednesday 7th September. His address raised the need for a detailed insolvency reform project to follow up from the extremely successful ALRC Harmer Report of 1988. ARITA recently announced they were creating a Financial Recovery […]
On Saturday, we hosted the Adelaide Law School High School Mooting Competition. The Law School was buzzing with enthusiasm from those students who took part. Their oral and written advocacy was of an exceptional standard. Thank you to Melissa de Zwart, Will Snow and Sally Heidenreich for judging the Grand Final. Our congratulations go to […]
We are very proud to announce the opening of a new free legal advice service in Adelaide. The Administrative Appeals Tribunal Legal Advice Service joins our four other Law School legal services, with final year law students in the Clinical Legal Education Program providing legal advice in Centrelink cases (including Robodebt and Disabiity Support). […]