Celebrating Success

World Beaters: Our Students Win Fourth Jessup Moot Title
2015 Jessup Moot Competition

A team of five University of Sydney law students has won the 2015 Jessup International Law Moot Court competition for a record-equaling fourth time, following up on their recent success in winning the Australian national rounds of the competition in the High Court in February.

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Alumni Inspire at Graduation Ceremonies
Alumni Inspire at Graduation Ceremonies

This year’s Law School graduation ceremony took place on Thursday 30 April and featured three notable alumni who gave the occasional address at each of the three respective ceremonies; Annabelle Chauncy OAM, the Hon. Justice Ruth McColl AO and Bill Koeck.

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Recognising Talent – Honouring Our Outstanding Students

More than 200 attendees, including prize winners and their families, as well as faculty staff, gathered in the Law School Auditorium for the annual event held to celebrate and recognise our talented students.

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Giving You A Pathway To Oxford And Cambridge
Giving You A Pathway To Cambridge Or Oxford

Sydney Law School is making it possible for students to receive dual degrees from the United Kingdom’s most prestigious law schools. It offers a unique collaboration with the Faculties of Law at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. The Pathway Program enables highachieving students to receive a University of Sydney Bachelor of Law (LLB) or a Juris Doctor (JD) as well as an Oxford Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) or Master of Law and Finance (MLF), or a Cambridge Master of Laws (LLM) or Masters in Corporate Law (MCL).

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Stories From Abroad – School Initiative Breaks New Ground In Uganda

A community-based organisation is creating real change in a small Ugandan town, while breaking the cycle of donor dependency.

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Supporting Students – Demystifying University Life

The Wingara Mura – Bunga Barrabugu Summer Program gives Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students first-hand insights into the university experience.

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