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Professor Luke Nottage and Adjunct Faculty member, Dr Andrew Bell, SC were both featured in the recently published report, The Future of Law and Innovation in the Profession.
In the wake of union boss Sally McManus' comments that it's okay to break "unjust" laws, Dr Kevin Walton from the Sydney Law School explores what duty to the law Australians really have.
Congratulations to our Vis Moot Team, victors in the Australian Chartered Institute of Arbitrators National Vis "Pre-Moot" in Melbourne.
A Sydney Ideas forum co-presented with the Religion, State and Society Network, School of Social and Political Sciences, and the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law, The University of Sydney Law School and the The Australian Association of Islamic and Muslim Studies (AAIMS).
This paper offers a critical analysis of the essential features of crowdsourced constitution-making, its potential for enhancing democratic participation and legitimacy, and its challenges and risks. On-line constitution-making activities give rise to opportunities and challenges.
Combating corruption in Indonesia is not an easy task, even for a president. Professor Denny Indrayana shares his own experience of just how complicated it was. He analyses the Yudhoyono government’s efforts to protect the Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission from attack by its many enemies, including corruptors.