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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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Temporary Migrant Labour and Unpaid Work in Australia

Associate Professor Joanna Howe , Professor Andrew Stewart and Emirata Professor Rosemary Owens have recently published a timely article in the Sydney Law Review exploring the issue of unpaid work performed by temporary migrants. Abstract: Increasing attention is being given to the exploitation of temporary migrant workers in Australia, especially in relation to wage underpayments and ‘cashback scams’ […]

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Adelaide Student Mr Lukas Price Represents Adelaide Research Unit of Military Law and Ethics (RUMLAE) at International Space Workshop in Montreal

The International Space Security Working Group (SSWG) is a global meeting of experts and academics in the field of outer space. The aim of the event is to oversee the development of Space Security Index, a multi-stakeholder publication covering key developments in outer space over the past year. The Index is a joint research project […]

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RUMLAE Director Prof Stephens presents at the Australian Youth Aerospace Association Conference in Canberra 

Professor Dale Stephens participated in a panel at the recent Australian Youth Aerospace Association Conference held in Canberra on July 18.  The Conference attracted young Aerospace Professionals (including Engineers, Scientists, Economists, Lawyers, Archeologists and Ethicists) from around Australia and brought together representatives from Academia, Government and Private Industry to discuss issues related to aerospace.  The Conference is co-sponsored […]

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International Implications of Military Space Operations

Professor Dale Stephens has recently been published in the US Naval War College Journal of International Law Studies.   The article; ‘The International Legal Implications of Military Space Operations: Examining the Interplay between International Humanitarian Law and the Outer Space Legal Regime’ considers the interplay between the Outer Space Treaty and International Humanitarian Law. It invokes normal mechanisms […]

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Device representatives in hospitals: are commercial imperatives driving clinical decision-making?

Associate Professor Bernadette Richards and colleagues from Macquarie and Sydney Universities ask: Device representatives in hospitals: are commercial imperatives driving clinical decision-making?   Full article available here: https://jme.bmj.com/content/early/2018/07/04/medethics-2018-104804 Abstract: Despite concerns about the relationships between health professionals and the medical device industry, the issue has received relatively little attention. Prevalence data are lacking; however, qualitative and survey […]

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Adelaide Researcher, Stacey Henderson asks: Is Sovereignty Always Supreme?

Adelaide Law School lecturer Stacey Henderson  will present at the 2018 Australian & New Society of International Law conference in Wellington, NZ, on Thursday 5th July and will consider whether it is appropriate, in certain circumstances, for one State to intervene where another is known to be committing atrocities? Permission to Intercede or Sovereignty Supreme? […]

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Adelaide Law School Academics Present Papers at Legal Services Commission Conference on Technology and the Law

Adelaide Law School Academics Present Papers at Legal Services Commission Conference on Technology and the Law On 29 June, Professor Dale Stephens and Dr Colette Langos presented papers at the biennial SA Legal Services Commission Conference. The theme of the 2018 conference was ‘Brave New World’ and grappled specifically with the rise and application of technology in legal practice as […]

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Constitutional Recognition Relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Adelaide law school staff Professor Alexander Reilly and Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs and  Associate Professor Peter Burdon made submissions to the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition Relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Their submissions can be found here: https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Constitutional_Recognition_2018/ConstRecognition/Submissions Alex, Matthew and Peter have been invited to present evidence to the committee when […]

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‘Prisoner Disenfranchisement: Effects and Implications’

You are invited to a joint Public Law and Policy Research Unit (PLPRU) and Electoral Regulation Research Network (ERRN) event.   ‘Prisoner Disenfranchisement: Effects and Implications’   SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER: Dr Victoria Shineman Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh Paper Title: ‘What Are the Non-Electoral Effects of Felon Disenfranchisement Laws? A Field Experiment’ Estimating […]

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