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Congratulations to SALRI, The Surrogacy Act was passed last week based on their written report

The Surrogacy Act was passed last week with all party support, on the basis of a major report submitted by the SA Law Reform Institute (SALRI). This is an outstanding achievement for SALRI; an independent law reform body, linked to the law reform class at the Adelaide Law School. In particular, warm praise was given […]

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Rynier Brandt participates in winery audit during his Law and Justice Internship at Wine Australia

Rynier Brandt is currently completing an internship at Wine Australia as part of the Law and Justice Internship course. Wine Australia is the federal regulator of the Geographical Indications and Label Integrity Program (LIP) and the promoter of Australian wine exports. At his internship Rynier is engaged in projects that relate to LIP audits, cross-jurisdictional […]

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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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Sentencing and Criminal Justice students get assessed by His Honour Geoff Muecke

Thanks so much to His Honour Geoff Muecke for judging the advocacy exercises for the Sentencing and Criminal Justice students. His experience, humanity and sense of humour provided students with invaluable insights into the sentencing process and with an enormous boost to developing their skills as criminal practitioners. It was uplifting to hear His Honour’s […]

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Next Steps event – ‘Getting a Foot in the Door of the Criminal Law’

Thanks to the students and practitioners who made the Next Steps event – ‘Getting a Foot in the Door of the Criminal Law’ – such a success. Solicitor and Project Officer from the Women’s Legal Service, Chloe Fragos (second from left), and Legal Education Solicitor at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Luke Hannath (far right) […]

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ABC News Court reporter speaks to Sentencing and Criminal Justice class

Thanks so much to ABC News Court Reporter, Rebecca Opie @BecOpie, for coming to speak at the final lecture for Sentencing and Criminal Justice. Bec provided a frank and fascinating ‘behind the scenes’ insight into reporting on crime. The discussion about what criminal lawyers and crime reporters have in common compared to where they have […]

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Adelaide Law School visits South Australia’s Parliament House and Research Library

Adelaide Law School HDR Students and Academics were lucky enough to get a private tour of South Australia’s Parliament House and Research Library last week.                    

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Our Adelaide Law students are Graduate Career Ready

Thanks so much to Henry James from Connolly & Co for spending Monday morning with the law students enrolled in the Graduate Career Readiness elective course. Henry hosted Joel Niles, Shaun Debrecini and Ashiq Farzan on a site visit in his office and then accompanied them to the Adelaide Magistrates Court. Joel reflected after the […]

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Law students’ arid lands field trip for Pastoral Land Reform project

Earlier this month a group of law, science, and economics academics from Adelaide University, and 4 Adelaide law students, completed a detailed submission to the State Government advocating change to the Pastoral Lands Management Act. 40% of South Australian land is pastoral land, set aside for grazing, covering some of the most arid and marginal […]

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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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