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Major new research on the gig economy

Adelaide Law School’s Professor Andrew Stewart is a part of team of researchers behind a national survey of the “gig economy”, the first of its kind in Australia. Preliminary findings from the survey, which examines work performed through digital platforms such as Airtasker or Uber, have been released by the Victorian Government, which is conducting […]

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Next Steps event ‘A foot in the door of the criminal law’

Thanks to everyone who made the Next Steps event ‘A foot in the door of the criminal law’ such a success. Our panellists Mim Sarre, Joel Lisk, Sean Nottle, Mason Beck, Ben D’Andrea, Ellie Nolan, Airlie Waterman and Anne O’Sullivan shared great tips on getting started in criminal law through placements, jobs and internships at […]

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Strategic Space Law Course

Attorney General Hon Vickie Chapman has been attending our intensive Strategic Space Law Course. Did you know you can enrol in this one week course too as an auditing student? For enrollment enquiries email lawenquiry@adelaide.edu.au

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Dr Colette Langos presents in Canada on ‘Cyberbullying in Post-Secondary Institutions and the Role of Policy’

On Jun 2nd, Dr Colette Langos ( University of Adelaide Law School) together Dr Wanda Cassidy, Dr Margaret Jackson and Dr Chantal Faucher (Simon Fraser University), delivered a presentation at the 2019 Comparative International Education Society of Canada titled ‘Cyberbullying in Post-Secondary Institutions and the Role of Policy’. Findings from Australian and Canadian studies of […]

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IHL Moot Grand Final winners

  This year’s IHL Moot Grand Final was held in the Moot Court on the evening of Friday, 7 June, before their Excellencies Judges Professor Dale Stephens, Dr Stacey Henderson, and Mr Mark Giddings.  The Moot involved questions of jurisdiction of the Court, crimes carried out during a non-international armed conflict, and mental incapacity as […]

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ANZSIL IPSIG workshop held at Adelaide Law School

  On Friday, 31 May, the Research Unit on Military Law & Ethics (RUMLAE) and Adelaide Law School hosted the 2019 Australian & New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL), International Peace & Security Interest Group annual workshop. The workshop brought together presenters from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, and the United Kingdom to […]

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Dr Stacey Henderson chairs session showcasing Adelaide Law School students’ work at the 2019 Space Security Working Group in Montreal

  The work of Adelaide Law School students Alissa Bishop-Thorpe, Philip Craig, Sophie Howe, Rachel Neef, and Connor Rossi has been showcased at the Annual Space Security Working Group workshop in Montreal (16-17 May 2019).  The students prepared reports on key indicators under the supervision of Professors Melissa de Zwart and Dale Stephens. The students’ […]

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Launch of Book on the UN Security Council and Art 39 by Adelaide Law School Alumni Dr Tamsin Paige

On Wednesday 15 May, Deakin University organized a launch of the book ‘Petulant and Contrary: Approaches by the Permanent Five Members of the UN Security Council to the Concept of ‘Threat to the Peace’ under Article 39 of the UN Chapter’ (Brill/Nijhoff 2019) authored by Dr Tamsin Paige, who recently took up an academic position at […]

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‘Future Wars: Legally acceptable development and implementation of AI and Emerging Technologies’ Seminar held at Adelaide Law School

On Tuesday 30th April, Brigadier General Susan Escallier (U.S. Army JAG Corps), gave a thought-provoking presentation titled ‘Future Wars: Legally acceptable development and implementation of AI and Emerging Technologies’. The engagement seminar provided a platform for discussion surrounding Future War and what shapes it-challenges of military operations in the digital era were canvassed. BG Escallier […]

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My GDLP Placement

  In completing the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (GDLP) with the Law Society of South Australia (LSSA), I was required to undertake work experience in a legal office. As such, I completed six weeks of placement at Lindbloms Lawyers, and during this time, I gained an invaluable insight into what a career in practising […]

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