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RUMLAE Members Participate in First Woomera Manual plenary meeting in Exeter UK

From 6 – 10 August, 2018 RUMLAE members Professor’s Dale Stephens and Melissa de Zwart, Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs, Dr Stacey Henderson and Mr Duncan Blake attended the first Woomera Manual plenary discussion in Exeter, UK.  Representatives from the founding partner Universities (The University of Adelaide University, The University of Exeter, The University of Nebraska […]

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AURORA INTERNSHIP: Reflections on a reflective time

By: Eloise Dibden, 4th Year Bachelor of Laws and International Development Student Many of you reading this now are probably wondering what The Aurora Project is and why completing an internship may be of interest to you. If you are unsure, (but curious) don’t worry! I was in the exact same position at the beginning […]

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Australia-CASS (China) Joint Action Program Project Launch

Prof Hongyan Liu, Director of Ecological Law Unit, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences visited Adelaide Law School today, together with his colleague Dr Xiaohua Yue. The visit kicks off Australia-China Joint Project “Regulating China’s Distant Water Fishing in the Polar Regions”. This project is led by Prof Hongyan Liu (CASS) and Dr […]

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Congratulations to Tim Porter, Claudia Boccaccio, Gerald Manning and Mitchell Brunker who won the University prize for best group presentation at last week’s conference of undergraduate research.

Congratulations to Tim Porter, Claudia Boccaccio, Gerald Manning and Mitchell Brunker who won the University prize for best group presentation (Professions) at last week’s conference of Undergraduate Research. The ‘SGDE team’ from Corporate Law won the University prize. The team presented on ‘Litigation Funds in Improving Access to Justice and Increasing Corporate Accountability.’ The team […]

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Congratulations to James Morgan and other Adelaide Law School Students at the Undergraduate Research Conference

The University of Adelaide Undergraduate Research Conference, formally known as the Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research (BeaCUR), hosted its forth annual Undergraduate Research Conference on Friday 27 July 2018. This Conference was an exciting opportunity for students and recent graduates to showcase research completed as part of their undergraduate coursework, a summer or other research […]

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HDR Law Retreat at Adelaide Law School

A sincere thank you to the participating HDRs and Academics who made the HDR Law Retreat such a collaborative, informative and enjoyable day. Indeed there was a wonderful vibe and we are sincerely appreciative of the collective wisdom, generosity and humour provided to us from the Academics and the Honourable Justice Sam Doyle. A special […]

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Five Adelaide Law School Academics presented at the University of Adelaide’s Festival of Learning and Teaching

Five Adelaide Law School Academics presented at the University of Adelaide’s Festival of Learning and Teaching event on Friday 20th July. Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs and Cornelia Koch presented with Azaara Perakath, former Principles of Public Law student and PASS leader for Principles of Public Law since 2015. Their presentation was entitled ‘Technology-Enabled Assessment and […]

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The History of Adelaide Law School

Pioneering the teaching of law The University of Adelaide is one of a small group of institutions which pioneered the teaching of law in the English tradition as a university discipline in the nineteenth century. When legal studies began on the North Terrace campus in April 1883 there was only one other fully fledged Law […]

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Biodiversity Planning and Regional Australia Study Tour Day 7

  Our last day on tour started with a bracing walk up to a lookout point near Rawnsley Bluff, to be rewarded with glorious views back into Ikara (Wilpena Pound). Then a long drive back to Adelaide. It will take a few days for all of the experiences to sink in. Over 7 days we […]

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Cornelia Koch attends the 2018 Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA)

Last week, Cornelia Koch attended the 2018 Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA). The conference theme was  ‘(Re)Valuing Higher Education’. Cornelia participated in a pre-conference workshop on ‘Lights, Camera, Action: Best Practice in Creating Instructor-Made Videos (IMVs)’, to inform her use of videos in blended learning in her undergraduate […]

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