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Adelaide Law Schools’ ROCIT co-convened a Personal Property Securities Law Roundtable in Sydney

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 […]

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Workshop on ‘How Australian Universities are Regulating Work Experience’

On Friday 8 November 2019 a group of Adelaide Law School researchers convened a highly successful workshop on How Australian Universities are Regulating Work Experience. Emerita Professor Rosemary Owens AO, Associate Professor Anne Hewitt, Associate Professor Joanna Howe and Professor Andrew Stewart presented key findings from their Australian Research Council-funded project on ‘Work Experience: Labour […]

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Adelaide Law School welcomes Japanese law students in new international program

Adelaide Law School has partnered with Meiji Gakuin University in Tokyo, Japan, in a new international program where ten Japanese law students spend one semester at the University of Adelaide. The English Language and Legal Studies Program is run jointly by the University of Adelaide Law School, the English Language Centre and the Department of […]

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RUMLAE visit to the Adelaide Womens Prison

Thanks to Chris Tilley from the Department for Correctional Services for escorting the Adelaide Law School’s Research Unit for Military Law and Ethics (RUMLAE) researchers Kellie Toole and Elaine Waddell to the Adelaide Womens Prison and the Pre-Release Centre. The researchers were able to interview prisoners for their research into why male ex service men […]

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RUMLAE Researchers Ms Kellie Toole and Dr Elaine Waddell Present their Preliminary Findings on the Topic of Military Service and Criminal Offending

  On Friday, 18 Oct 2019, RUMLAE Management Board Member Ms Kellie Toole and RUMLAE member Dr Elaine Waddell presented a public seminar in the Law School regarding their preliminary findings into research they are undertaking regarding the connection between military service and (civilian) criminal offending. This research is pioneering in Australia. It is the […]

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Adelaide Law School congratulates John Swan on winning DFAT’s 2019 iSay Essay Competition

Adelaide Law School congratulates John Swan on winning DFAT’s 2019 iSay Essay Competition, John’s essay analysed the benefits of Australia and ASEAN countries building closer economic and trade relations. John has been selected to travel to Jakarta to participate in the ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum in December. You can read more here: https://dfat.gov.au/trade/engage/Pages/isaycompetition.aspx The photos show […]

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Social Media, Jurors and the Right of an Accused to a Fair Trial: Progressing Co-operative Law Reform between South Australia and Tasmania

The independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) based at the Adelaide Law School has been working with the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute (TLRI) based at the University of Tasmania to progress the topical and important issue of the right to a fair trial before an impartial jury in the context of social media and […]

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Visit of Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG to Adelaide Law School

On Wednesday 21 August, Adelaide Law School hosted the Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG, retired Justice of the High Court of Australia. He generously shared his time with our students, giving a lecture to our first-year class, and working with smaller groups of students including those serving as Student Editors of the Adelaide Law Review […]

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Adelaide Law Review celebrates 40th volume

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 […]

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Team Australia – Intercollegiate Negotiation Competition

The Intercollegiate Negotiation Competition (INC) is Japan’s peak international mooting competition, attracting 20-30 of Japan’s top law schools, as well competing teams from Hong Kong, Korea, Mongolia, Singapore and Australia. Adelaide Law School student, Charles Toye (pictured 3rd from top right), was selected to represent Team Australia at the 2019 two-day competition, to be held in November, this […]

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