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Adelaide Law School’s Philip C Jessup International Law Moot team competes at Australian National University

From 5 to 9 February, the Adelaide Law School’s Philip C Jessup International Law Moot team competed against 17 other Australian law schools in the Australian National Rounds of the competition. The Australian National Round was held at the Australian National University, Canberra. The 2019 team was comprised of April Zimmermann, Natasha Slater, Maithili Mishra, […]

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Jack Simpson’s internship experience with the Aboriginal Legal Service in Wollongong

Author: Jack Simpson From November to December 2018, I was given the opportunity to take part in an Aurora Internship at the Aboriginal Legal Service (ALS) in Wollongong for approximately 5 weeks. The Internship has been the most rewarding experience offered to me during my time at university. ALS Wollongong is located in central Wollongong […]

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RUMLAE board member Dr Colette Langos appointed as an Honorary Faculty Member of US Army JAG School

  RUMLAE board member Dr Colette Langos has just returned from a six month secondment  as a Visiting Professor at the United States Judge Advocate General’s School.  Dr Langos was the first foreign academic to hold the position of Visiting Professor. Before Dr Langos’ tenure at the Army JAG School concluded, she was appointed as an Honorary Faculty […]

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John Bray Law Alumni CPD Session 1 – Magistrates Appeals

Please join me for the first John Bray Law Alumni Continuing Professions Development session on magistrates appeals, with guest speakers Lindy Powell QC and Ian Robertson SC. The Honourable Justice Lovell will chair the session where speakers will deal with how to present a magistrates appeal and best assist the Court. Magistrates Appeals are an […]

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Working with the SA Solicitor-General: A Lesson in Law and Justice

  Author: Eloise Dibden, (soon-to-be) 5th Year Bachelor of Laws Student I recently completed a five-week placement at the SA Solicitor-General’s Office (SGO) headed by the Solicitor-General (SG), Dr Chis Bleby, as part of the Adelaide Law School’s Law & Justice Internship. For those unaware, the SG is the State’s highest legal officer, who advises […]

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Associate Professor Matthew Stubb’s presents on Space Law and Human Rights at Stanford

Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs, a member of RUMLAE’s Management Board, spent the second half of 2018 on sabbatical as a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University’s WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice.   On 6 December, he gave a public lecture at Stanford entitled ‘Space Law and Human Rights: An Exploration of Regime Interactions on the […]

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China Study Tour Internship – Wednesday Week 3

Author: Monica Zanchetta, Wed 19th Dec I’m currently working at Denton’s under lawyer Ken Dai and his team who specialise in data protection law, compliance and anti-competition law.  As the largest governing regulations on data protection, the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are in English, and I’ve been put to study the […]

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China Study Internship – Monday Week 3

Author: Will S Monday – back to work. We had a great weekend, most of which we spent together, adventuring around Shanghai. We were completely exhausted by Sunday night after seeing a lot of the French Concession and stumbling upon a little camera and photography museum (truly a hidden treasure). Today, being the beginning of […]

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China Study Tour Internship – Friday Week 2

Friday Week 2 – Author: Tyson I can’t believe I’ve now survived two full weeks. Working at Dentons is an absolute privilege and the work is very interesting, but it is a lot to handle. The partner I’m assigned to is the senior partner here and she works extremely hard all day, every day. It […]

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China Study Tour – Week 2 Wednesday

Author: Nicholas Garbas Wednesday, or ‘Hump Day’ to some (not me) started off well, my third consecutive wear out of my white business shirt meant I was in need of some express laundry services. After making my way through four different hotel staff I was finally able to secure some much-needed suds for my overworked […]

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