Dr. Tim Stephens interviewed on Radio Live New Zealand regarding the 60th Meeting of the International Whaling Commission in Santiago, Chile - 24th June 2008
Associate Professor Roger Magnusson contributed a Book Review to the Weekend Australian on A Good Death: An Argument for Voluntary Euthanasia, by Rodney Syme - 21st June 2008 - View Article.
Dr. Tim Stephens interviewed by National Geographic TV Australia on Japanese special permit whaling in Antarctica. Feature interview to go to air on 5th July 2008.
Professor Patrick Parkinson interviewed on the ABC Radio Current Affairs program, PM in relation to reforms to the Child Support Scheme - 2nd June 2008 - View Transcript.
Associate Professor Peter Cashman was on hand at the release of the review of the Victorian civil justice system by the Victorian Attorney-General Rob Hulls and Chief Justice Marilyn Warren. Professor Cashman was chair of the review - 29th May 2008 - View Article.
Professor Hilary Astor contributed an article to the Higher Education section of The Australian entitled Data shows students want complaints heard - 14th May 2008 - View Article.
Miiko Kumar contributed an article on ABC Online's Unleashed in relation to findings by the New South Wales Law Reform Commission that victims of rape are cross examined for a longer period of time than victims of other types of assault - 7th May 2008 - View Article.
Professor George Winteron commented on the issue of judicial appointment in the Legal Affairs section of the Australian Financial Review - 2nd May 2008
Associate Professor Anne Twomey contributed an article to the Legal Affairs section of the Australian Financial Review - 2nd May 2008
Professor Patricia Apps interviewed on the ABC Radio Current Affairs program, PM following her attendance at the 2020 Summit - 20th April 2008 - View Transcript.
Professor Patrick Parkinson contributed an opinion piece in the Sydney Morning Herald in relation to the increase in shared parenting arrangements - 6th March 2008 - View Article.
Professor Gillian Triggs quoted in the Australian Financial Review in relation to the Rudd Government's intention to phase out domestic fee-paying places in Australian universities from 2009 - 29th February 2008
Dr. Thalia Anthony, is interviewed by the Daily Telegraph and 2SER on the compensation implications of an apology to the Stolen Generation - 4th February 2008 - View Article.
Dr. Tim Stephens, delivered his opinion on the dangers of de-forestation on ABC Radio National program, Perspective - 20th February 2008 - View Transcript.
Ghena Krayem, Lecturer and current Sydney Law School PhD candidate, co-authored an opinion piece in the Sydney Morning Herald on Sharia Law - 18th February 2008 - View Article.
Associate Professor Judy Cashmore quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald in relation to the proposed Inquiry into the New South Wales Department of Community Services (DOCS) - 11th February 2008
Dr. Tim Stephens interviewed on ABC Television’s Lateline program in relation to possible international legal action against Japan in relation to whaling in the Southern Ocean, 7 February 2008. Transcript.
Dr. Tim Stephens quoted in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald regarding recent pictures of Japanese whaling in the Southern Ocean and prospects for international legal action. 8 February 2008. View The Age Article. & View SMH Article.
Dr. Tim Stephens quoted in the Canberra Times regarding injunction issued by the Federal Court against Japanese whaling company, 24 January 2008, View Article
Dr. Tim Stephens quoted in the Japan Times regarding actions by Sea Shepherd activists against Japanese whaling operations in the Southern Ocean, 19 January 2008 View Article
Dr. Murray Lee contributed to an Sydney Morning Herald article concerned with mixed socio-economic groups in suburbs and petty crime. View Article.
Associate Professor Luke Nottage has provided a 2nd Submission to the Government's Inquiry into Australia's Consumer Policy Framework. He offers constructive criticism of the Productivity Commission's recent Draft Report, and calls for more far-reaching reforms particularly regarding unfair contracts, product safety, and consumer redress. 2nd Submission.
Dr. Tim Stephens interviewed on the Ray Hadley Morning Show, Radio 2GB Sydney, 18th January 2008. Discussing legality of Japanese whaling in Southern Ocean and protest activities by Sea Sheppard.
Dr. Tim Stephens interviewed on PM, ABC Radio National, 17th January 2008. Discussing the detention by a Japanese whaling vessel of two activists from the environmental group Sea Shepherd in the Southern Ocean. Transcript
Dr. Tim Stephens interviewed on RadioLIVE New Zealand, 16 January 2008. Discussing the detention by a Japanese whaling vessel of two activists from the environmental group Sea Shepherd in the Southern Ocean.
Dr. Tim Stephens interviewed on Tim Webster Afternoon Show, Radio 2UE, 16 January 2008. Discussing the detention by a Japanese whaling vessel of two activists from the environmental group Sea Shepherd in the Southern Ocean.
Dr. Tim Stephens interviewd on PM, ABC Radio National, 15 January 2008. Discussing the judgment of the Federal Court in the Japanese whaling case. Transcript
Dr. Tim Stephens quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald in relation to the drafting of Professor James Crawford of Cambridge University, UK by the Rudd Government to tackle Japanese Whale hunting. View Article.
Dr. Tim Stephens contributed a feature article to Crikey and interviewed on ABC Radio Current Affairs program PM and Radio LIVE in New Zealand about the Rudd Government's surveillance of Japanese Whaling activities: PM Transcript, View Crikey Article. Also quoted extensively via Associated Press and in the Sydney Morning Herald - View Article.
Dr Thalia Anthony comments on Wave Hill (Northern Territory) Aboriginal stolen wages claims in the Sydney Morning Herald. View Article, Brisbane Times
Dr. Shae McCrystal contributed an opinion piece in the Australian Financial Review on implications for small business under the Rudd Government.
Professor Ron McCallum AO profiled on ABC Radio 702 (Sydney). Professor McCallum AO talks about growing up with blindness. Professor McCallum AO says Industrial Relations is a term propagandised by companies and Govterments, but it is essential. He plans to write a book on the 50 key labour law decisions that he thinks have shaped Australian labour law.
Associate Professor Judy Cashmore quoted in a Sydney Morning Herald article in relation to the most recent NSW Auditor General report into the Department of Community Services (DOCS).
Dr. Tim Stephens contributed a feature article to Crikey in relation to Prime Minister elect Kevin Rudd's promise to ratify the Kyoto Protocol.
Dr. Ben Saul interviewed on ABC Radio in relation to the NSW Supreme Court ruling that two ASIO agents kidnapped and falsely accused a man of terrorism.
Professor Ron McCallum AO quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald in relation to the Government's Work Choices legislation.
Nicole Abadee contrinbutes an opinion piece in the Canberra Times in relation to the border dispute between Turkey and Iraq.
Professor Mark Findlay contributes an opinion piece in the Sydney Morning Herald on the topic of criminal infringement notices.
Dr. Shae McCrystal quoted in relation to comments made by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) Chairman, Mr. Graeme Samuel, about the amendments made to the Trade Practices Act (TPA). View Article.
Dr. Judy Cashmore contributes an opinion piece in the Sydney Morning Herald on the topic of child protection.
Dr. Murray Lee interviewed on Channel 7 News in relation to residents in Sydney's south west plan to hold a memorial in honour of a little boy whose body was found in a suitcase floating in a duck pond.
Professor Gillian Triggs, Dean of the Sydney Law School, quoted in relation to the appointment of Law School Alumnus, Dr. Michael Spence as the University of Sydney's forthcoming Vice Chancellor and Principal.
Associate Professor Helen Irving interviewed on The National Interest, ABC Radio National, in relation to the Constitutional aspects of the Right to Vote: The National Interest
Associate Professor Irving contributes an opinion piece in the Law Society Journal of NSW in relation to the Thomas Judgement made by the High Court of Australia in August 2007.
Dr. Thalia Anthony interviewed on the ABC Radio Current Affairs program The World Today about the legal claims of NT Indigenous workers in relation to their stolen wages: The World Today
Dr. Ben Saul interviewed on ABC Radio Current Affairs program AM about the Federal Government's decision to ease regulations for ASIO. Dr. Saul calls for the guidelines to be tightened and for ASIO and other intelligence agencies to face strong Parliamentary and judicial controls. AM
Associate Professor Anne Twomey, appeared as a guest panellist on ABC TV's Difference of Opinion, commenting on issues surrounding Federal, State and Local Governmental structures and alternative methods of governance. To view the transcript or view streaming video, please see: ABC TV
Professor Patrick Parkinson, interviewed on Channel 7 Current Affairs Program Today Tonight in relation to grandparents upset at being denied contact with their grandchildren. Professor Parkinson stated that the Family Law Act only caters for grandparents with a pre-existing relationship with grandchildren.
Professor Ron McCallum AO, quoted in relation to the case of a Telstra employee's successful challenge against a sexual harrassment charge brought about by her behaviour at an office Christmas party.
Kate Miles, Interview, ABC National Radio, ‘China: Green Credit Scheme to Fight Pollution,' 3 August 2007
Vivienne Bath, quoted in relation to a seminar and conference held by the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law (CAPLUS) and the Law Council of Australia on the courts and the law in China and Indonesia, discussing the substantial improvements in the Chinese judicial system.
Professor David Kinley interviewed on ABC Radio National in relation to the proposal to establish a new ASEAN Human Rights Commission, stating that this is a big step as ASEAN has always remained a 'non-interfering' group on such matters.
Dr. Murray Lee interviewed on ABC Radio National in relation to the fear of crime and whether it is real or a clever phrase used by politicians and social scientists, stating that the concept of a fear of crime is a recent invention and that this term was never even used before the mid 1960s.
Associate Professor Mary Crock interviewed on ABC Radio 702 (Sydney) in relation to the Dr. Mohamed Haneef case, stating that Haneef's lawyers will most likely argue that the Federal Governmentt is using character provisions in the immigration act for improper purposes.
Dr. Ben Saul quoted and interviewed extensively in relation to the Dr. Mohamed Haneef case, including SBS TV News, Radio 2CCC (Canberra), ABC Radio Triple J and The 7:30 Report on ABC TV.
Associate Professor Barbara McDonald interviewed on ABC Radio 666 (Canberra) in relation to the Wayne West Case, stating there is one precedent in regards to duty of care that would go against Mr. West.
Professor Ron McCallum AO interviewed on Radio National's Life Matters about his preparation to retire as Dean of the Sydney Law School.
Professor Ron McCallum AO quoted in the Legal Affairs section of the The Australian in relation to the legal issues associated with the Attorney-General Department's intention to strip David Hicks of any profits he might make by selling his story.
Professor Ron McCallum AO quoted in Melbourne's The Age newspaper in relation to the Australian Labour Party's plan to abolish the Australian Industrial Relations Commission.
Dr. Thalia Anthony interviewed on Channel Ten News program TTN in relation to rewards for providing information about wanted criminals, after a one million dollar reward was posted for the capture of one of Australia’s most wanted men - fugitive drug lord Tony Mokbel.
Associate Professor Anne Twomey interviewed on Radio National on how many Constitutional Queens Australia has.
Professor Ron McCallum AO interviewed on ABC TV News in relation to Lorissa Stevens, who made made headlines last year when she refused to sign an AWA.
Professor Ron McCallum AO quoted in relation to domestic full-fee paying entry for undergraduate study at Sydney Law School in the Law Society Journal.
Dr. Irene Watson comments in relation to cases of child sexual abuse in remote communities that have been used to demonise Aboriginal culture. ABC Radio National.
Professor Patricia Apps quoted in relation to a Federal Treasury Report that claims the Child Care Sector is not in crisis.
Associate Professor Anne Twomey quoted in relation to the Federal Government's bid to take control of the Murray-Darling basin.
Professor Mark Findlay interviewed on ABC Radio 702 (Sydney) in relation to reports that some failed NSW Police recruits will be deployed into local area commands.
Professor Ron McCallum AO quoted in relation to the wait for a redundancy payout for a terminally ill employee by Tristar Steering and Suspension. (Also interviewed by Adam Spencer of ABC Radio 702 (Sydney) on three subsequent occasions in relation to the case)
Associate Professor Mary Crock quoted in relation to a case involving a Dutch couple and their Australian-born son who has a serious illness which the Federal Government advises will prevent him from gaining permanent residency.
Professor Mark Findlay comments in relation to calls by former Supreme Court Judge James Woods QC for a single Australian criminal law.
Dr. Judy Cashmore in a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald in relation to research that shows jurors in child sexual assault cases are often confused about the verdict.
Associate Professor Roger Magnusson made reference to in the Medical Journal of Australia in the context of an article on the Sydney Law School's Centre for Health Governance, Law & Ethics and its recent Conference, Obesity: Should There Be a Law Against It?View Article.
Professor Ron McCallum AO interviewed on ABC Radio 702 (Sydney) in relation to the legal ins and outs of forced annual leave and collective agreements.
Dr. Judy Cashmore interviewed on Radio 2CC (Canberra) in relation to a report that found the majority of jurors support the use of video evidence in child sexual assault cases.
Dr. Luke Nottage has made a submission to the Inquiry into Unfair Contract Terms being conducted by the Standing Committee on Law and Justice. See submission.
Professor Ron McCallum AO quoted and interviewed extensively in print and broadcast media in relation to the High Court of Australia decision on the Federal Government's Work Choices legislation.
Professor Ron McCallum AO quoted in relation to the Federal Government's Work Choices legislation, Weekend Australian.
Professor Ron McCallum AO quoted extensively in 'Women are taking the law into their own hands,' Sun Herald.
Professor Mark Findlay quoted in relation to the Mark Lewthwaite case, Sydney Morning Herald.
Dr. Thalia Anthony has made a submission to the Senate Inquiry into Stolen Wages, which highlights the injustice to Indigenous cattle station workers from the denial of wages for over half a century. See Submission
Mary Crock quoted extensively in a report by the Senate Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee on the Government’s proposal to process asylum seekers who arrive by boat on Nauru.
Luke Nottage has made a submission to the Productivity Commission's follow-up study into the Australian Government’s relationship with Standards Australia Limited and the National Association of Testing Authorities. See submission
Andrew Tuch comments on the ASIC's conflicts of interest proceedings against Citigroup. View Article.
David Kinley, Tim Stephens and Irene Baghoomians signs a letter titled "Cole must have power to probe ministers' legal liability" in The Australian. View Article.
Andrew Tuch discusses the regulatory approach adopted by ASIC for investment banking conflicts of interest, in the Australian Financial Review.
Andrew Tuch Andrew Tuch discusses the need for investment banks advising on merger and acquisition transactions to avoid conflicts of interest, in the Australian Financial Review.
Vivienne Bath comments on the difficulties of controlling Chinese intellectual property theft in the Australian Financial Review.
Professor Ron McCallum AO has appeared on Margaret Throsby's music program on ABC Classic FM - 9 December at 10:00 am (repeated from 10 November)] to discuss the industrial relations reform and the Work Choices Bill.
Professor Jennifer Hill comments on the role of non-executive directors in the context of the current One.Tel litigation. View Article.
Professor Ron McCallum AO has joined 151 academics to oppose the Federal Government’s workplace changes.