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  • Open Day 2014[19 August 2014]

    Open Day 2014

    Discover more about studying at Sydney Law School during Open Day on Saturday, 30 August 2014. More

  • Vale Leslie Zines AO[19 August 2014]

    Vale Leslie Zines AO

    It is with sadness that we note the passing earlier this year of Emeritus Professor Leslie Zines AO, one of Sydney Law School's most distinguished alumni. More

  • Regulation of Market Manipulation and Abuse[14 August 2014]

    Regulation of Market Manipulation and Abuse

    Examine the key concepts at the heart of capital market regulation in this intensive unit, commencing 16 August. More

  • Success in the Shine Torts Moot[5 August 2014]

    Shine Torts Moot Team

    For the second year running, a team from Sydney Law School has won Shine Torts Moot Competition. More

  • Regulatory Worlds[4 August 2014]

    Regulatory Worlds

    This new book co-authored by Professor Mark Findlay takes up the challenge to design regulatory thinking for a global future beyond wealth and growth, and towards social sustainability. More

  • Law of Agency[4 August 2014]

    Law of Agency

    Sydney Law School is pleased to welcome Professor Francis Reynolds and Professor Peter Watts, foremost authorities on the law of agency, to teach in the postgraduate program for 2014. More

  • Alumnus appointed Chief Judge of the NSW District Court[1 August 2014]

    The Hon. Judge Derek Price, AM

    Congratulations to The Hon. Judge Derek Price, AM (LLB 1972, LLM 1975) on his appointment as Chief Judge of the District Court of New South Wales. More

  • Can investors bank on financial gatekeepers after sector scandals?[24 July 2014]

    Professor Jennifer Payne

    In her Ross Parsons Lecture in Corporate Law this Thursday evening, Professor Jennifer Payne from Oxford University will examine the role of financial gatekeepers in the post-GFC era. More

  • Our Researchers Lead the Way[24 July 2014]

    Associate Professor Tim Stephens

    Congratulations to Associate Professor Tim Stephens and Dr Jacqueline Mowbray on their recent Research Fellowship success. More

  • Mooting success at the Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) competitions[21 July 2014]

    SULS ALSA

    The Sydney University Law Society (SULS) recently returned from a week of landmark successes at the Australian Law Students' Association (ALSA) competitions in Brisbane. More

  • Eat, drink and be sedentary: unhealthy living a law unto itself[10 July 2014]

    Professor Lawrence O. Gostin.

    Professor Lawrence O. Gostin of Georgetown University has advised the World Health Organisation (WHO) and its member states about tackling non-communicable diseases through public health law and on July 17 he will speak at Sydney Law School about how governments can meet the challenge. More

  • Who's Afraid of the Nanny State?[4 July 2014]

    Who's Afraid of the Nanny State?

    Sydney Law School and the Charles Perkins Centre recently co-hosted an interdisciplinary conference entitled Who's Afraid of the Nanny State? Freedom, regulation, and the nation's health. More