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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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The International Committee of the Red Cross and Adelaide Law School begin new clinic

  Adelaide Law School is proud to be partnering with the International Committee of the Red Cross (‘ICRC’) on a pilot international humanitarian law clinic.  Our first intern, Alice Osborne, received a briefing from ICRC Legal Adviser, Emily Defina, earlier this week.  Throughout Semester 2, Alice will be working on a range of projects for […]

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Space Law on the Couch

Professor Dale Stephens recently joined the Attorney General of SA (and Deputy Premier), The Hon Vicki Chapman MP and Crown Solicitor Office lawyer Mr Sam Nelson for a ‘space on the couch’ session at the Science Exchange.  The event was attended by representatives of the Crown Solicitor’s Office as well as other Government Departments  as well a number of private […]

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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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IHL Moot Grand Final winners

  This year’s IHL Moot Grand Final was held in the Moot Court on the evening of Friday, 7 June, before their Excellencies Judges Professor Dale Stephens, Dr Stacey Henderson, and Mr Mark Giddings.  The Moot involved questions of jurisdiction of the Court, crimes carried out during a non-international armed conflict, and mental incapacity as […]

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ANZSIL IPSIG workshop held at Adelaide Law School

  On Friday, 31 May, the Research Unit on Military Law & Ethics (RUMLAE) and Adelaide Law School hosted the 2019 Australian & New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL), International Peace & Security Interest Group annual workshop. The workshop brought together presenters from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, and the United Kingdom to […]

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Dr Stacey Henderson chairs session showcasing Adelaide Law School students’ work at the 2019 Space Security Working Group in Montreal

  The work of Adelaide Law School students Alissa Bishop-Thorpe, Philip Craig, Sophie Howe, Rachel Neef, and Connor Rossi has been showcased at the Annual Space Security Working Group workshop in Montreal (16-17 May 2019).  The students prepared reports on key indicators under the supervision of Professors Melissa de Zwart and Dale Stephens. The students’ […]

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Launch of Book on the UN Security Council and Art 39 by Adelaide Law School Alumni Dr Tamsin Paige

On Wednesday 15 May, Deakin University organized a launch of the book ‘Petulant and Contrary: Approaches by the Permanent Five Members of the UN Security Council to the Concept of ‘Threat to the Peace’ under Article 39 of the UN Chapter’ (Brill/Nijhoff 2019) authored by Dr Tamsin Paige, who recently took up an academic position at […]

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‘Future Wars: Legally acceptable development and implementation of AI and Emerging Technologies’ Seminar held at Adelaide Law School

On Tuesday 30th April, Brigadier General Susan Escallier (U.S. Army JAG Corps), gave a thought-provoking presentation titled ‘Future Wars: Legally acceptable development and implementation of AI and Emerging Technologies’. The engagement seminar provided a platform for discussion surrounding Future War and what shapes it-challenges of military operations in the digital era were canvassed. BG Escallier […]

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RUMLAE Director Visits US Army JAG School

Last week, Prof Dale Stephens (RUMLAE Director) visited the US Army JAG School located in Charlottesville, Virginia and was privileged to receive briefings on the organization and current activities of the JAG School by the Dean of the School, Colonel Randy Swansiger. Prof Stephens was also able to meet with two US Army JAG Officers, […]

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