Academics in the News

  • Law School in the Media: August 2015[18 August 2015]

    A digital camera.

    Find out what Sydney Law School experts are writing and being interviewed about in the media. More

  • Law School in the Media: July 2015[28 July 2015]

    A digital camera.

    Find out what Sydney Law School experts are writing and being interviewed about in the media. This month: the Joe Hockey v Fairfax Media defamation judgment; citizenship stripping proposals; GST reform, and more. More

  • Law School in the Media: June 2015[29 June 2015]

    A digital camera.

    Find out what Sydney Law School experts are writing and being interviewed about in the media. This month: Indigenous constitutional recognition; Magna Carta anniversary; ISP blocking laws, and more. More

  • Review of the Victorian Climate Change Act[4 June 2015]

    Professor Rosemary Lyster

    Professor Rosemary Lyster has been appointed by the Victorian Government to an independent committee to review the state's Climate Change Act. More

  • Law School in the Media: May 2015[29 May 2015]

    A digital camera.

    Find out what Sydney Law School experts are writing and being interviewed about in the media. This month: Ireland's marriage referendum; dual citizenship proposals; humanitarian concerns over EU migrant crisis, and more. More

  • What the record reveals of the chances of Indigenous recognition[27 May 2015]

    Indigenous constitution

    Even with bipartisan support, a referendum on Indigenous constitutional recognition is no certainty to succeed, writes Professor Helen Irving in The Conversation. More

  • Marriage equality law reform[25 May 2015]

    Senthorun Sunil Raj

    Congratulations to PhD candidate, Senthorun Sunil Raj, who has been accepted into the highly prestigious and competitive Visiting Doctoral Program at New York University (NYU). More

  • Scott McIntyre vs SBS will test employees' right to be opinionated[20 May 2015]

    Professor Joellen Riley

    Scott McIntyre's challenge to his dismissal from SBS following offensive Anzac Day tweets presents a new test case for the Fair Work Act, writes Dean of the Sydney Law School, Professor Joellen Riley. First published in The Conversation. More

  • Law School in the Media: April 2015[30 April 2015]

    A digital camera.

    Find out what Sydney Law School experts are writing and being interviewed about in the media. This month: digital consumption tax plan; methamphetamine use in New South Wales; the legal rights of mothers, and more. More

  • The books that changed my mind[28 April 2015]

    Joellen Riley

    Dean of the Sydney Law School, Professor Joellen Riley reflects on the reading experiences that led her to see life differently. First published in SAM Online. More

  • Marine Species at Risk[2 April 2015]

    Canada Down Under

    Professor Tim Stephens recently co-convened a workshop on marine species at risk as part of the 'Canada Down Under' initiative of the Canadian High Commission. More

  • Public holiday regulation in Australia[14 October 2014]

    Professor Joellen Riley

    The Dean, Professor Joellen Riley, spoke on the issues surrounding public holiday legislation in an interview with China Radio International. More