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RUMLAE Director, Prof Dale Stephens Presents on Space Law at Royal Air Force Legal Conference in the UK

This past week RUMLAE Director Prof Dale Stephens attended the Annual RAF Legal Conference at RAF Halton, UK.  The theme of the conference was multi domain operations and space and cyber operations figured strongly on the agenda.  Prof Stephens was invited to speak to the issues of Space Law and Military Operations as well as […]

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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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SALRI and the 2019 law reform class: Thanks to guest speakers

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 […]

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Raising the Bar on Space Law

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 […]

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The Constitution in Space

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 […]

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HDR Law School Retreat 2019

On Thursday 1 August, the Law School’s Higher Degree by Research students (HDRs) participated in the annual HDR Law Retreat. This year, the event was held at the National Wine Centre. The theme of the day was ‘How To Get Your Research Out There’. In session one, participants heard presentations from Justice Hinton of the South Australian Supreme […]

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ANZSIL Conference Panel: Law among the stars: the future of international space law

On Thursday, 4 July, Professor Melissa de Zwart and Dr Stacey Henderson, together with PhD candidates Mr Joel Lisk and Mr Duncan Blake, presented on a panel at the 27th Australian & New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) Annual Conference.  Professor de Zwart’s paper addressed the complex issue of grey zones in the context […]

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Seminar: The State, Private Property and Squatting in American Law

Date: 8 July 2019 Time: 1:30-2:30pm Venue: Moot Court, Ligertwood Building, Adelaide Law School Join Professor Marc Roark to discuss a case study applying concepts of scale to the application of state resources in the context of squatting. New York City in the U.S. and Barcelona Spain each have experienced significant squatter movements that have […]

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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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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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