2017 Jessup Moot National Champions

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Australia’s most employable students

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ACCEL Environmental Law Year in Review Conference

24 February 2017
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Competition Law

Postgraduate course highlights vital role in Australian economy
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Criminal Law and Markets

Our new ground-breaking postgraduate intensive
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Employment Relations
and the Law Series 2017

15 March - 24 May
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    • SCIL International Law Year in Review Conference

      17 February
      The Sydney Centre for International Law at Sydney Law School is delighted to present the fifth International Law Year in Review Conference, to be held at the Law School on 17 February 2017. The conference will give participants insight into the latest developments in international law over the preceding year, especially those most salient for Australia.

    • ACCEL Environmental Law Year in Review Conference

      24 February
      This event will bring together practitioners, academics, members of the NGO sector, government officials and students to hear about the implications of key developments in Climate and Environmental Law in 2016. These developments have implications going forward including in 2017.

    • Tackling Australia's "Gangmasters": The Case for Labour Hire Licensing

      9 March
      Labour hire providers who engage in exploitation of vulnerable workers are Australia's modern-day equivalent of the industrial-era "gangmasters" in Britain. Over the last two years, the practices of these "rogue" labour contractors have finally come to light