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Cycling and the Law

In an article published in the UNSW Law Journal, Dr Adam Webster (with Associate Professor Gabrielle Appleby, UNSW Law School) examine the way in which law regulates cycling. Click here to for a copy of the article. Introduction There is a strong connection between those associated with the law and cycling. It is possible to […]

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FactCheck: does ASIC already have the powers of a royal commission and more?

Labor has promised to set up a Royal Commission into the banking sector if elected. The Government says this is unnecessary: ASIC already has the powers of a Royal Commission. In this article for The Conversation, Anna Olijnyk explains the differences between ASIC’s powers and those of a Royal Commission. Click here to read Anna’s […]

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PLPRU publishes 2015 Annual Report

This week the Deputy Dean and Director of the Public Law and Policy Research Unit (PLPRU), Associate Professor Alex Reilly, published the 2015 Annual Report for the research unit. The report highlights the activities and achievements of PLPRU in 2015. In 2015, PLPRU hosted 10 seminars and workshops, made 14 submissions to public inquiries and […]

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