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#11 in the world: QS World Rankings for Law 2016
Highest research ranking "well above world class": Excellence in Research for Australia (2015 and 2012)
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Congratulations to our alumni and friends who were represented in this year's Queen's Birthday honours.
Sydney Law School recently held an informal function for a group of alumni living and working in New York City.
Professor Chris S Yoo from Penn Law will teach this new postgraduate unit on the regulation of the internet and communications networks.
Over the past decade, the world has faced a series of global health crises involving contagious diseases with pandemic potential. From novel influenzas (H5N1 and H1N1), coronaviruses (SARS, and MERS) to the Ebola and Zika viruses, governments and international organisations have struggled to act quickly and decisively.
The crux of the debate over network neutrality can be boiled down to the claim that the Internet's existing architecture represents an essential foundation for its success that must be preserved.
Private law and regulatory frameworks impacting on consumer protection are being reformed in many parts of Asia, the world economy's fastest-growing region.