Chief of Navy Australia Launches book ‘The Law of Naval Warfare’, Edited by Prof Dale Stephens and A/Prof Matthew Stubbs.
RUMLAE was honoured that the Chief of Navy Australia, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan AO, RAN launched the book ‘The Law of Naval Warfare’ (LexisNexis 2019) at a gala event at Old Parliament House in Canberra on 21 Nov 2019. The Editors of the book, Prof Dale Stephens (RUMLAE Director) and Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs […]
Adelaide Law Schools’ ROCIT (Regulation of Corporations Insolvency and Taxation) Research Unit (Associate Professor David Brown), co-convened, with the Ross Parsons Centre, University of Sydney (Professors Sheelagh McCracken and Jason Harris), a Personal Property Securities Law Roundtable in Sydney on Friday 8 November. The Personal Property Securities Roundtable held on 8 November 2019 at University […]
Dr Mark Giancaspro presented a seminar at The University of Manchester Law School on October 23 addressing emerging issues in contract law. HIs focus was upon the interface of contract law and technology, particularly smart contracts and liability issues that arise if they ‘go rogue’. Special thanks to Professor Geraint Howells and Dr Bruce Wardaugh […]
Congratulations to the Adelaide Law School-mentored team which has won the 2019 Disrupting Law Hackathon (SA)!
Disrupting Law is a legal startup competition/hackathon for university students organised by The Legal Forecast students from law, business and technology. Uni SA hosted the South Australian leg of the competition over the weekend of 10-11 August. The event saw students split into teams and partner with academic and industry mentors to develop innovative solutions to current […]
The Law Reform class plays a major role in supporting the work of the South Australian Law Reform Institute. During the year, students select a research topic linked to the present or potential work of SALRI. Previous classes have worked on such diverse topics as discrimination law, equal opportunity, intestacy, succession, family inheritance, police powers […]
The Adelaide Law Review, one of Australia’s leading law journals since its inception in 1960, has celebrated the publication of its 40th volume. The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG launched a special issue of the Adelaide Law Review – volume 40, issue 1 – at Adelaide Law School on 21 August. The special issue contains […]
On 13 August, Adelaide Law School’s / RUMLAE’s Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs spoke at the Raising the Bar event on the topic ‘Laws for the Final Frontier’. Addressing a sizeable crowd at the Little Bang Brewing Co in Stepney, Matthew spoke about some key contemporary challenges in international space law, and the key threats to […]
On Thursday 15 August, RUMLAE, in conjunction with The Australian Red Cross, hosted a panel discussion on the Geneva Conventions in celebration of their 70th Anniversary. The event, held in Napier Lecture Theatre, attracted a large crowd and canvassed the history of the Geneva Conventions, the successes and failures of their normative impact and the future […]
Adelaide Law School’s/RUMLAE’s Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs spoke at the National Archives of Australia’s annual Constitution Day symposium on the topic ‘The Constitution in Space’ at Questacon: The National Science and Technology Centre in Canberra on 9 July 2019. Matthew spoke about how the Australian Constitution has facilitated Australian space activities, about some contemporary space […]
Dr Tony Buti launched A Stolen Life: The Bruce Trevorrow Story at an event hosted by the Law School’s Public Law and Policy Research Unit on 12 August 2019. The Honourable Chief Justice Chris Kourakis provided an introduction, and Enzo Belperio of Bar Chambers made some additional comments. The book tells the story of Bruce […]