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December 2009
Sydney Law School in Europe 2010   View Summary
15 December 2009
Sydney Law School in EuropeSydney Law School in Europe includes four units of study for 2010: Plain English in Legal Writing; Advanced Obligations & Remedies and International Structured Finance Law and Practice and Comparative Climate Law.
Success in Reprieve Australia Internship   View Summary
7 December 2009
Sydney Law SchoolCongratulations to final year law student, Alison Eveleigh (BCom '09) on receiving an Internship from Reprieve Australia.
Mental Health and the Law   View Summary
3 December 2009
Professor Terry CarneyThe most crucial issues facing people suffering from mental illness are their treatment and social functioning, according to Professor Terry Carney.
Bhopal 25 years on   View Summary
3 December 2009
Professor David KinleyIt has been 25 years since the worst corporate calamity of modern times, writes Professor David Kinley.
Contribution to UN Climate Summit   View Summary
3 December 2009
Ramaya KrishnanSecond year Arts/Law student, Ramya Krishnan is a member of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition delegation attending the United Nations Climate Summit in Copenhagen.
Globalising justice   View Summary
1 December 2009
Professor David KinleyProfessor David Kinley discusses the impact of globalisation in a special episode of the Law Report on ABC Radio National.
The 2010 General Sir John Monash Awards   View Summary
1 December 2009
Zelie Wood Congratulations to Zelie Wood (BA '06, LLB '08) on receiving a General Sir John Monash Award for 2010.
The Justice Peter Hely Scholarship   View Summary
1 December 2009
Sydney Law SchoolApplications for The Justice Peter Hely Scholarship are now open. The Scholarship was established by the Law School through contributions from the friends and colleagues of the late Justice Peter Hely to promote postgraduate study in the fields of commercial law and equity.
November 2009
11 Rhodes Scholars in ten years   View Summary
30 November 2009
Andreas HegerSydney Law School would like to congratulate Andreas Heger (BA '06, LLB '08) on winning the 2010 Rhodes Australia-At-Large Scholarship.
Should Corporations be Permitted to Engage in Political Activities?   View Summary
30 November 2009
Associate Professor Ian Lee of the University of Toronto Associate Professor Ian Lee of the University of Toronto will present this special seminar at the St James Campus next week.
Re-Imagining International Criminal Justice   View Summary
30 November 2009
Sydney Law School will host a workshop on re-imaging international criminal justice next week.
Points to consider when applying for an LLM   View Summary
24 November 2009
Professor Gillian Triggs Professor Gillian Triggs says students should be especially careful to choose a well regarded LLM course from an institution that has a high reputation in the national, regional and international context.
Launch of the Social Justice Program (SJP)   View Summary
23 November 2009
Sydney Law School’s Social Justice Program (SJP)The Dean, Professor Gillian Triggs, welcomed more than 250 alumni and friends to the launch of Sydney Law School's Social Justice Program (SJP) on Thursday 19 November.
Right of refusal   View Summary
18 November 2009
Associate Professor Cameron Stewart Associate Professor Cameron Stewart discusses the importance of medical patients having an Advanced Care Directive (ACD).
Religion and the Law   View Summary
18 November 2009
Professor Patrick ParkinsonProfessor Patrick Parkinson AM comments on whether religious organisations should comply with anti-discrimination law.
The Australian Taxation Office and the Myer float   View Summary
18 November 2009
Professor Michael DirkisProfessor Michael Dirkis comments on the Australian Taxation Office's unprecedented action against TPG over the $2.4 billion Myer float.
Breaking Down Boundaries   View Summary
18 November 2009
Dr Arlie Loughnan is scheduled to speak at this forthcoming intervarsity social justice conference.
Immigrants 'cast off' disabled kids to enter Australia   View Summary
13 November 2009
Professor Mary CrockProfessor Mary Crock told a Federal Parliamentary Inquiry that families are abandoning their disabled children in order to fit into Australia's immigration criteria.
Doctoral candidate wins an Australian Government Endeavour Postdoctoral Research Fellowship   View Summary
12 November 2009
Georgina Lloyd Sydney Law School extends its congratulations to Georgina Lloyd (BSc 2004, MEL 2005) on her Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to continue her work in intangible heritage law in Cambodia.
New South Wales to refuse cap on political donations   View Summary
11 November 2009
Associate Professor Anne TwomeyA report by Associate Professor Anne Twomey suggests a state-based ban on political donations may be "constitutionally invalid".
2010 Peter Cameron Sydney Oxford Scholarship   View Summary
11 November 2009
Sydney Law School CrestApplications are now open for the 2010 Peter Cameron Sydney Oxford Scholarship
Do too many people go to University?   View Summary
10 November 2009
Sydney Law SchoolFourth year Economics/Law student, Steve Hind, and final year Arts/Law student, Naomi Oreb, will be on opposing teams in this evening's debate at the Seymour Centre, alongside some of Australia's top educators.
European Private International Law   View Summary
10 November 2009
European Private International LawSydney Law School is pleased to announce this new unit as part of its Postgraduate Program for 2010.
Injunctions and the media   View Summary
9 November 2009
Sydney Law SchoolDr David Rolph discusses the "super injunction," one of the most effective tools powerful individuals and corporations reach for when they want to silence the media.
The Role of Lawyers in 'Civilising Globalisation'   View Summary
6 November 2009
Professor David KinleyProfessor David Kinley interviewed on Law.com in relation to his book on human rights and the global economy
The John Barry Memorial Lecture   View Summary
4 November 2009
Associate Professor Gail MasonAssociate Professor Gail Mason delivered this year's lecture presented by the Criminology discipline at the School of Social and Political Sciences in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne.
Latest legal course has universal reach   View Summary
2 November 2009
Professor Roger MagnussonThe new Master of Global Law is profiled in the 2nd November 2009 edition of the Sydney Morning Herald.
BCG scholarship helps Sydney student pursue international goals for greater equality and justice    View Summary
2 November 2009
Sydney Law SchoolUniversity of Sydney law and history student, Naomi Hart, has won The Boston Consulting Group's Undergraduate Scholarship for 2009.
Sydney Law School launches Spring Fundraising Appeal   View Summary
2 November 2009
Sydney Law SchoolYour unrestricted gift to Sydney Law School will allow us to direct your support to our areas of greatest need, and will be used to fund new and emerging opportunities as they are identified.
October 2009
Sydney Law School Building wins 2009 Australian Institute of Architects Award   View Summary
30 October 2009
The Library and Teaching Complex of the Sydney Law School The Library and Teaching Complex of the Sydney Law School received a National Commendation for Public Architecture at the 2009 Australian Institute of Architects Awards.
2009 Ross Parsons Address: Tax Policy after the Financial Crisis   View Summary
28 October 2009
2009 Ross Parsons AddressProfessor Alvin Warren, Ropes & Gray Professor at Harvard Law School, delivered a highly successful Ross Parsons lecture on Monday 19 October 2009.
Success in Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Projects for 2010   View Summary
27 October 2009
Sydney Law SchoolSydney Law School would like to congratulate its relevant staff members in acquiring six ARC Discovery Projects to commence in 2010.
Most arrive by plane, not boat   View Summary
26 October 2009
Professor Mary CrockProfessor Mary Crock says Politicians' "expedient obsession" with boat people is clouding the truth about Australia's refugee flows.
Professor Ron McCallum AO appointed Chair of United Nations Committee for 2010   View Summary
24 October 2009
Professor Ron McCallum AOSydney Law School congratulates Professor Ron McCallum AO on his appointment as Chair of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities for 2010.
Sri Lanka's humanitarian crisis and international law   View Summary
23 October 2009
DissentMario Emmanuel (Commerce/Law III) and Samuel Thampapillai (Economics/Law IV) discuss humanitarian intervention in the context of the Sri Lankan conflict in the latest edition of Dissent.
Multilateral framework may diminish rights of asylum seekers   View Summary
22 October 2009
Professor Gillian TriggsThe Dean, Professor Gillian Triggs commented on the joint approach undertaken by Australia and Indonesia in relation to asylum seekers.
Professor Belinda Bennett appointed to Embryo Research Committee   View Summary
21 October 2009
Professor Belinda BennettThe Federal Government has appointed Professor Belinda Bennett to the National Health Medical & Research Council Embryo Research Licensing Committee for the 2009-2012 triennium.
No justification for enhanced police search powers   View Summary
20 October 2009
Dr Fleur JohnsThe lessons of the Haneef case are being ignored, writes Dr Fleur Johns.
Explaining Crime   View Summary
19 October 2009
Dr Murray LeeDr Murray Lee says there is no straightforward relationship between high-risk predictors and future criminal behaviour.
Civilising Globalisation: Human Rights and the Global Economy   View Summary
15 October 2009
Civilising Globalisation: Human Rights and the Global EconomyProfessor David Kinley's new book was recently launched in New York by the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at NYU Law School.
Sydney Law School Research Report   View Summary
14 October 2009
Sydney Law School Research ReportThe latest Faculty Research Report is now available to download.
The erosion of the separation of powers   View Summary
13 October 2009
Professor Helen IrvingProfessor Helen Irving commented on the National Human Rights Consultation report, chaired by Father Frank Brennan AO.
Mary Wollstonecraft   View Summary
12 October 2009
Professor Helen IrvingProfessor Helen Irving discusses one of the most scandalous and radical women in history.
Carbon Trading   View Summary
12 October 2009
Celeste BlackCeleste Black on Sydney Law School's course in Carbon Trading.
Views mixed on organised crime   View Summary
8 October 2009
Professor Mark FindlayProfessor Mark Findlay says the costs of organised crime are largely speculative and that big financial collapses have a greater economic impact.
Strong community the answer to good school results   View Summary
8 October 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyDr Thalia Anthony comments on the recently released Federal Parliament Report by the Queensland Family Responsibilities Commission.
His Honour Judge John Goldring    View Summary
8 October 2009
The Sydney Law School expresses its condolences to the family and friends of His Honour Judge John Golding, who died on the evening of Tuesday, 6th October 2009.
Sydney Law School Team wins inaugural Murray Gleeson Moot   View Summary
8 October 2009
Sydney Law SchoolThe team from Sydney Law School has won the inaugural Murray Gleeson moot for 2009.
DNA testing not an exact science   View Summary
7 October 2009
Professor Mark FindlayProfessor Mark Findlay argues that DNA samples were too often relied upon as the only evidence in criminal prosecutions.
September 2009
Sydney Law School Alumni Appointments to Senior Counsel (SC)   View Summary
30 September 2009
Sydney Law SchoolThe Sydney Law School would like to congratulate its alumni on their appointment to Senior Counsel (SC).
Vigilantism and Denis Ferguson   View Summary
30 September 2009
Professor Mark FindlayProfessor Mark Findlay comments on the acts of vigilantism aimed at convicted paedophile, Denis Ferguson.
Asylum Seekers and the Law   View Summary
30 September 2009
Professor Mary CrockProfessor Mary Crock says that Australia has so far taken less than a third of the number of Asylum Seekers that arrived towards the end of the 1990s.
2009 Postgraduate Information Evening   View Summary
29 September 2009
2009 Sydney Law School Postgraduate Information EveningA record number registered for this year's event, held for the first time at the Sydney Law School's New Building.
The Law School Shift   View Summary
28 September 2009
Sydney Law SchoolFormer Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney, Sir Bruce Williams KBE writes on the history of the Sydney Law School.
Increased uptake in the Sydney LLM   View Summary
28 September 2009
Dr Arlie LoughnanSydney LLM Program Coordinator, Dr Arlie Loughnan comments on the growing popularity of this flagship coursework degree.
AWB and the UN Oil-for-Food program    View Summary
28 September 2009
Professor David KinleyProfessor David Kinley says the AWB Iraqi scandal is a warning for others.
Letter from the Inaugural Recipient of the Justice Peter Hely Scholarship   View Summary
25 September 2009
Sydney Law SchoolLucas Bastin writes of his experience at Oxford as the Inaugural recipient of the Justice Peter Hely Scholarship.
Help for overseas students   View Summary
24 September 2009
Young Jo Ko and Janko PredovicTwo Sydney Law School students attended the roundtable discussions in Canberra last week between international students and the Federal Education Minister, Julia Gillard.
A good global citizen   View Summary
24 September 2009
Professor David KinleyHelping the rich to help the poor should be top of the agenda at the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh this week, writes Professor David Kinley
2009 Connecting with Law Short Film Competition   View Summary
23 September 2009
Sydney Law SchoolSydney Law School would like to congratulate its students who participated in this year's Competition.
Few convictions for infant head injuries   View Summary
17 September 2009
Sydney Law SchoolConvictions are secured in less than half the cases of injants with non-accidental head injuries, according to PhD candidate Amanda Stephens.
Law School Alumni share University of Sydney Convocation Medal   View Summary
14 September 2009
Sydney Law SchoolJack Clegg (BLibStud '04 PhD '08 LLB '09) and Anna Garsia (BSc (Advanced) '06 LLB '09) joint winners of the 2009 Convocation Medal.
ICAC and the Michael McGurk Murder Inquiry   View Summary
10 September 2009
Associate Professor Anne TwomeyAssociate Professor Anne Twomey says giving more resources to ICAC would be less expensive than conducting a Royal Commission, in the wake of the murder of Sydney property developer, Michael McGurk.
ICAC now little more than a last resort   View Summary
10 September 2009
Professor Mark FindlayIt may claim independence from partiality, but the Independent Commission Against Corruption has never been far removed from politics, according to Professor Mark Findlay
Sydney Law School Building profiled in Architectural Review Australia   View Summary
10 September 2009
Architectural Review AustraliaLatest edition of Architectural Review Australia profiles the Law School.
Sydney Law School Graduate Destination Report   View Summary
10 September 2009
Sydney Law School The latest Sydney Law School Graduate Destination Report by the University of Sydney's Careers Centre is now available to download
Spring Back to Sydney   View Summary
10 September 2009
Spring Back to SydneyJoin your alumni colleagues for a day of celebration, friendship and renewal of old ties at the University of Sydney on 19 September 2009.
Kyoto/Tokyo Seminar Program in Japanese Law   View Summary
9 September 2009
Sydney Law School's Offshore Program in JapanApplications are now open for Sydney Law School's Offshore Program in Japan.
Rudd Government too hasty in the task of modernising industrial awards   View Summary
4 September 2009
Professor Ron McCallumProfesor Ron McCallum says that while the Rudd Government should modernise thousands of state and federal industrial awards, there is no need to tackle it so quickly.
Professor Belinda Bennett appointed to Medical Board of Australia   View Summary
3 September 2009
Professor Belinda BennettSydney Law School extends its congratulations to Professor Belinda Bennett on her appointment to the new national Medical Board of Australia.
How do Australian legal graduates stack up internationally?    View Summary
3 September 2009
Professor Gillian TriggsThe Dean, Professor Gillian Triggs comments on the issue of legal recruitment both here and abroad in a studio interview with Law TV on Sky News Business Channel.
Master of Global Law - New for 2010   View Summary
3 September 2009
Master of Global Law - New for 2010Find out more about this new degree as well as full details on the 2010 Postgraduate Program.
Waterfall train disaster police denied compensation   View Summary
2 September 2009
Associate Professor Barbara McDonaldAssociate Barbara McDonald commented on the NSW Court of Appeal's ruling against two police officer who developed post traumatic stress disorder following the 2003 Waterfall train disaster.
Taking chair on tax reform   View Summary
2 September 2009
Professor Michael DirkisProfessor Michael Dirkis speaks to the Higher Education supplement of The Australian on his appointment to Sydney Law School.
August 2009
Do company directors fall into a different category than normal offenders?   View Summary
31 August 2009
Professor Mark FindlayThe James Hardies directors should have faced jail terms, according to Professor Mark Findlay.
Erosion of Rigths   View Summary
31 August 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyDr Thalia Anthony was named Young Australian of the Year in 1995 for environmental activism but these days her battles are for justice for indigenous people.
A passion to excel   View Summary
31 August 2009
Cho Yuen YeeAlumnus, Cho Yuen Yee (BEc 1990, LLB 1992), is profiled in Malaysia's The Star Online.
New photography of the Law School Building   View Summary
25 August 2009
New photography of the Law School Building New photography of the Law School Building by acclaimed photographer, John Gollings is now available to view online.
Mastering the Law   View Summary
25 August 2009
Professor Gillian TriggsThe Dean, Professor Gillian Triggs comments on Sydney Law School's increased postgraduate enrolment numbers in the latest edition of Australasian Legal Business.
2009 McWilliam Visiting Professor in Commercial Law   View Summary
24 August 2009
Professor Deborah DeMottSydney Law School is pleased to announce the visit of Professor Deborah DeMott, Duke University to Sydney Law School as the 2009 McWilliam Visiting Professor in Commercial Law.
Change to Honours policy   View Summary
24 August 2009
Sydney Law SchoolAs part of a new Honours system which will be fully implemented in 2013 (in which only the top 20% of graduates will be awarded Honours), the Faculty has decided to amend the rules for regulating the award of Distinctions and High Distinctions in its LLB courses.
National compensation for stolen wages   View Summary
20 August 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyDr Thalia Anthony says there were tens of thousands of indigenous workers across Northern Australia who worked for no pay except for meagre food and clothes rations.
TressCox Scholarship in Law 2009   View Summary
20 August 2009
TressCox Scholarship in LawOn Friday 14 August Professor Lee Burns attended a lunch in the Sydney offices of TressCox Lawyers to honour the two recipients of this year's TressCox Scholarship in Law.
World Bank launches development report at Sydney Law School   View Summary
19 August 2009
Professor Lee BurnsProfessor Lee Burns provided the introduction to the launch of The World Bank Development Report: Reshaping Economic Geography, held as part of the World Bank - University of Sydney Discussion Series last week.
Was the killing of the Balibo Five a war crime?   View Summary
18 August 2009
Dr Ben SaulDr Ben Saul argues that the killing of the Balibo Five occured in the direct context of a military operation and could be classified as a war crime.
Make Easter Sunday a public holiday?   View Summary
18 August 2009
Professor Joellen RileyProfessor Joellen Riley says she has received wide support for a new law covering public holidays as part of her forthcoming review for the NSW Government.
Global health beyond the Millennium Development Goals   View Summary
14 August 2009
Tarantola, Gostin, Triggs, MagnussonAccording to Professor Lawrence Gostin, the Director of the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University's Law Center, there are powerful reasons why rich countries around the world should care more about the world's least healthy people.
Regulation of Executive Pay   View Summary
12 August 2009
Professor Jennifer HillProfessor Jennifer Hill argues that the regulation of executive pay is not a one way street.
Stricter duty for directors   View Summary
12 August 2009
Sydney Law SchoolCompany directors should not jump to conclusions from the ''very special circumstances'' of the recent case against former James Hardie directors, says the prominent Melbourne barrister Neil Young, QC, speaking at the recent Supreme Court Annual Corporate Law Conference.
2009 Sydney Law School Postgraduate Information Evening   View Summary
11 August 2009
Sydney Law SchoolRegistrations are now open for the 2009 Sydney Law School Postgraduate Information Evening, which takes place on Thursday, 17th September 2009 from 5:30pm to 7pm.
Drugs and the Law   View Summary
11 August 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyDr Thalia Anthony was part of a panel on ABC Radio Triple J's Hack that discussed drugs and the law.
Judicial Values:Should Judges Just Apply the Law, or Should They Bring their own Values to the Task?   View Summary
10 August 2009
Sydney Law SchoolThe Sydney Writers' Festival in conjunction with the Julius Stone Institute, the Sydney Law School, and Monash University present a forum on judicial values hosted by Damien Carrick, from Radio National's The Law Report.
Legal interpretation: the bounds of legitimacy   View Summary
7 August 2009
The Hon. Murray Gleeson ACFormer Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, The Hon. Murray Gleeson, AC (BA 1959, LLB 1962, LLD 1999) will deliver a lecture on the contemporary importance of statutory interpretation, as part of the Sydney Law School's Distinguished Speakers Program for 2009.
Appointment to the Administrative Review Council   View Summary
7 August 2009
Sydney Law SchoolSydney Centre for International Law (SCIL) Associate, Dr Melissa Perry QC has been re-appointed to the Administrative Review Council.
International Commercial Litigation   View Summary
4 August 2009
International Commercial LitigationInternational Commercial Litigation is scheduled for teaching at Humboldt University in Berlin in September as part of the 2009 Sydney Law School in Europe Program.
Leading Tax Reform Advocate Accepts Appointment    View Summary
4 August 2009
Professor Michael DirkisAustralia's leading tax law and policy program has been further strengthened by the appointment of the Taxation Institute of Australia's Senior Tax Counsel, Dr Michael Dirkis as a Professor of Taxation Law.
Investor Class Actions Book Launch   View Summary
4 August 2009
Investor Class ActionsInvestor Class Actions launched by the Hon. Murray Wilcox QC.
July 2009
Civilising the global economy   View Summary
30 July 2009
Professor David KinleyProfessor David Kinley writes on the The global economy and human rights.
Justice James Spigelman to head inquiry in Antigua corruption case   View Summary
28 July 2009
The Hon. Justice J J Spigelman AC QCChief Justice of NSW and alumnus, James Spigelman will head a corruption inquiry for the Government of Antigua and Barbuda, the first time a NSW Supreme Court chief justice has taken up such a posting.
Dr Peter Cashman appointed Inaugural Professor of Law and Social Justice    View Summary
28 July 2009
Professor Peter CashmanDr Peter Cashman appointed to the Inaugural Kim Santow Chair in Law and Social Justice.
Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) Mooting Competition    View Summary
22 July 2009
Sydney Law School The Sydney Law School team experienced success at the recent ALSA Mooting Competition in Brisbane
Crime in the outback   View Summary
20 July 2009
Dr Murray LeeDr Murray Lee commented upon the concept of 'Outback Crime.'
Ethics and World Poverty   View Summary
17 July 2009
Professor Peter SingerOn Monday, 13th of July the Sydney Law School hosted Professor Peter Singer as part of the Distinguished Speakers Program 2009.
US International Taxation   View Summary
15 July 2009
US International TaxationStafford Smiley, a member in Caplin & Drysdale's Washington, DC office and a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Tax LLM Program at Georgetown University Law Center, will teach US International Taxation in semester two 2009 as an intensive unit of study.
Alumnus to leave art collection to the University   View Summary
13 July 2009
The Hon. Roderick MeagherFormer Supreme Court Justice, Roderick Meagher is to bequeath his vast art collection to the University of Sydney
Investor Class Actions   View Summary
10 July 2009
Investor Class ActionsInvestor Class Actions, edited by KE Lindgren, Justice of the Federal Court of Australia and Adjunct Professor, Sydney Law School was published on 9 July 2009 by the Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.
Australian's arrest in China sparks fierce political debate   View Summary
10 July 2009
Vivienne BathVivienne Bath commented on the continuing incarceration of a Rio Tinto mining executive arrested in Shanghai by secret police on charges of espionage and theft of state secrets.
National Human Rights Consultation   View Summary
9 July 2009
Sydney Law SchoolA number of faculty members have made submissions to the National Human Rights Consultation in June 2009.
Australia urged to reject Bill of Rights   View Summary
9 July 2009
Professor Helen IrvingProfessor Helen Irving issued a warning against adopting a formal Bill of Rights
Quick Justice   View Summary
8 July 2009
Professor Jennifer HillProfessor Jennifer Hill compared the financial systems of the United States and Australia, in the wake of global financial crisis and Bernie Madoff's recent conviction and 150 year gaol sentence for fraud.
Anna Rose (BA '06, LLB '08) wins the Young Alumni Award for Achievement   View Summary
8 July 2009
Anna RoseAnna Rose, winner of the Young Alumni Award for Achievement, will be honoured at the Alumni Awards Ceremony on Friday 11 September, 2009.
Professor Joellen Riley to conduct review of NSW public holiday legislation   View Summary
8 July 2009
Professor Joellen RileyProfessor Joellen Riley is conducting a review on the current and future operation of the public holiday legislation in New South Wales.
Sydney Law School Baxter and Dillard Winners in Jessup International Law Moot   View Summary
6 July 2009
Five Sydney Law School students have been awarded prestigious prizes for their written submissions in the Jessup International Law Moot, including best overall respondent memorial.
Sydney Law School Baxter and Dillard Winners in Jessup International Law Moot   View Summary
6 July 2009
Sydney Law School Five Sydney Law School students have been awarded prestigious prizes for their written submissions in the Jessup International Law Moot, including best overall respondent memorial.
June 2009
Excellence in Government decision making   View Summary
26 June 2009
Sydney Law SchoolSydney Law School and Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) will deliver its intensive course in Administrative Law for a second time in September 2009.
Inaugural Matt Laffan Memorial Address in Social Justice   View Summary
26 June 2009
Sydney Law SchoolGraeme Innes AM gives the innaugal Matt Laffan Memorial Address in Social Justice, with recollections by Nick Farr-Jones AM.
Black justice   View Summary
23 June 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyBroad cultural change in the police force, not token hiring of Aboriginal police, is the answer to improving relationships with Indigenous communities, according to Dr Thalia Anthony.
Children want Say on Custody   View Summary
23 June 2009
Professor Patrick ParkinsonProfessor Patrick Parkinsons said it was important to listen to children's voices and understand how they were experiencing the separation. But the ultimate decision should rest with the judge or parents, not the child.
New Law School Building Wins 2009 Architecture Awards   View Summary
22 June 2009
New Law School BuildingThe new Sydney Law School Building won several awards and a commendation at the 2009 NSW Architecture Awards announced in a ceremony on Thursday evening, 18 June 2009
Don't Leave Clergy Alone with Children   View Summary
18 June 2009
Professor Patrick ParkinsonProfessor Patrick Parkinson was the lead author on the study of sexual abuse in the Anglican church which was reported around the country.
Meeting with Prince Turki al Fasail of Saudi Arabia   View Summary
15 June 2009
Professor Gillian Triggs met with Prince Turki al Fasail of Saudi Arabia Professor Gillian Triggs met with Prince Turki al Fasail of Saudi Arabia during his recent visit to the University of Sydney
Looking locally in the search for top CEOs   View Summary
15 June 2009
Professor Jennifer HillProfessor Jennifer Hill commented on the issue of international recruitment of Chief Executive Officers for Australian companies.
Putting Rights Back into the Human Rights Consultation   View Summary
15 June 2009
Dr Ben SaulIn a submission to the national human rights consultation, Dr Ben Saul argues that politicians have too much power and deserve less, and judges have too little and should have more.
Alumnus appointed to District Court   View Summary
12 June 2009
John North (BA 1975, LLB 1983)Sydney Law School would like to extend its congratulations to John North (BA 1975, LLB 1983) on his appointment to the District Court of New South Wales
Advanced International Environmental Law   View Summary
11 June 2009
Advanced International Environmental LawEmeritus Professor Ben Boer examines global environmental politics, environmental ethics, public participation and access to justice, in the context of the debate on environmental human rights, in this new second semester intensive unit.
Sydney Law School student wins 2009 Sydney Chinese Lions Humanitarian Scholarship   View Summary
10 June 2009
Sydney Law SchoolFinal year Arts/Law student, Annabelle Chauncy (BA 2007) is the winner of the 2009 Sydney Chinese Lions Humanitarian Scholarship.
Dispute Settlement in the World Trade Organization (WTO)   View Summary
10 June 2009
Dispute Settlement in the World Trade Organization (WTO)Justice Brian Tamberlin delivers this new intensive unit concerning the WTO Dispute Settlement Body (DSB).
Reproduction and the Law   View Summary
10 June 2009
Reproduction and the LawProfessor Belinda Bennett provides a critical analysis of the legal issues relating to reproduction in this second semester intensive Health and Medical Law unit.
Environmental Criminology   View Summary
9 June 2009
Environmental CriminologyThis unit explores the ecological determinants of crime and its governance.
International and Comparative Criminal Justice    View Summary
9 June 2009
International and Comparative Criminal JusticeProfessor Mark Findlay provides an examination of the the growing internationalisation of criminal justice, in this second semester postgraduate coursework unit.
Mothers on low wages pay the most tax   View Summary
5 June 2009
Professor Patricia AppsAustralia's taxation system is sexist, according to Professor Patricia Apps
The 2009 Ross Parsons Address in Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law   View Summary
5 June 2009
Professor Henry HuProfessor Henry T. Hu will deliver the 2009 Ross Parsons Address in Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law on 12 June 2009 titled: "Decoupling," Governance, and the World Financial Crisis.
GST - International Issues   View Summary
5 June 2009
GST - International IssuesThis intensive unit of study examines the design of Australia's GST jurisdictional rules and how they compare with international practice.
Time to exercise diplomatic muscle   View Summary
3 June 2009
Dr Ben SaulFew countries have shown themselves as impervious to international criticism as Burma, according to Dr Ben Saul.
Shell and the Ogoni 9   View Summary
3 June 2009
Professor David KinleyProfessor David Kinley writes on the trial of Royal Dutch Shell for its part in the torture, prosecution and execution by the Nigerian authorities in 1995 of the Ogoni 9.
May 2009
Should State Governments Be Abolished?   View Summary
28 May 2009
Associate Professor Anne Twomey Associate Professor Anne Twomey participated in the IQ2 debate on the topic on 'That we should get rid of the States'
Graduation address by the Hon. Justice I G Harrison SC   View Summary
28 May 2009
Sydney Law SchoolThe Hon. Justice Ian Harrison SC delivered the occasional address at the 2009 Sydney Law School Graduation Ceremony.
2010 Sydney Law School Undergraduate Guide   View Summary
27 May 2009
2010 Sydney Law School Undergraduate Guide The 2010 Sydney Law School Undergraduate Guide is now available to view online or download as a PDF.
Victoria sets timetable for civil reform    View Summary
26 May 2009
Adjunct Professor Peter CashmanAdjunct Professor Peter Cashman part of committee that recommended the forthcoming civil procedure act in Victoria
Elders sign up to reconcile offenders and victims   View Summary
26 May 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyDr Thalia Anthony says there is little evidence to suggest that circle sentencing has produced more lenient punishments.
Labour Law in the Global Economy   View Summary
26 May 2009
Labour Law in the Global EconomyThis new Labour and Employment Law unit coincides with the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law XIX World Congress, to be held in Sydney in early September 2009
2009 Prizegiving Ceremony   View Summary
26 May 2009
Sydney Law SchoolOn Thursday 21 May 2009, the Sydney Law School held its annual prize giving ceremony to celebrate the achievements of outstanding students.
Outstations policy a fresh attempt at assimilation   View Summary
21 May 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyRather than foster and support indigenous homeland communities and outstations, both the federal and Northern Territory governments have sought to undermine their existence, writes Dr Thalia Anthony
A serene yet commanding presence on the campus edge   View Summary
14 May 2009
Sydney Law SchoolThe Architecture Writer for the Sydney Morning Herald, Elizabeth Farrelly writes that the New Law School Building possesses "a town-gown interface whose glorious transparent walkways and subtle generosities effortlessly dignify staff, students and visitors."
Slurring laws will criminalise Aborigines, not stop crime   View Summary
12 May 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyNew laws giving police the power to move on people who are slurring their words will cement a long tradition of criminalising Aboriginal people for public order offences, according to Dr Thalia Anthony.
Visit by leading UK expert in Taxation   View Summary
7 May 2009
Professor Malcolm Gammie QCSydney Law School is pleased to announce the visit of Professor Malcolm Gammie CBE QC, a leading tax practitioner and teacher from the United Kingdom
Pork import bans in breach of WTO law   View Summary
5 May 2009
Dr Brett WilliamsDr Brett Williams says that import restrictions on pork taken purportedly to protect against spread of swine flu are probably not consistent with WTO rules.
Dispute Resoluton in Asia   View Summary
5 May 2009
Dispute Resoluton in AsiaThis new intensive unit of study explores the extent and mechanisms of harmonisation within the Asian region.
International consultation confirms national public health law infrastructure as a priority   View Summary
4 May 2009
International ConsultationOn 26-28 April, Professor Roger Magnusson attended and served as rapporteur for a consultation on public health law co-convened by the International Development Law Organisation (IDLO), the World Health Organisation, and the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University.
NSW moves to streamline criminal trials   View Summary
1 May 2009
Professor Mark FindlayProfessor Mark Findlay has serious reservations about proposed changes by the State Government to streamline criminal trials.
April 2009
Official Opening of the new Law School Building at the University of Sydney   View Summary
30 April 2009
New Law School Building Official LaunchThe University of Sydney's new Law School on the Camperdown Campus officially opened on Thursday, 30th April 2009.
Postgraduate Law @ Sydney - Semester 2 2009 Entry   View Summary
28 April 2009
2009 Sydney Law School Postgraduate GuideSydney Law School is still accepting applications for mid year entry into its Postgraduate Coursework Program.
Social Justice Program   View Summary
28 April 2009
Social Justice ProgramSydney Law School will introduce an important opportunity for students to gain practical legal experience and provide vital services to disadvantaged members of our community.
Let women be Enlightened   View Summary
24 April 2009
Professor Helen IrvingThe assassination of a leading Afghan women's rights activist, Sitara Achakzai, this month was yet another tragic reminder that equality between the sexes is far from accepted in the world today, writes Professor Helen Irving
International Executive Remuneration Workshop   View Summary
24 April 2009
Sydney Law SchoolOn 9 May 2009, Sydney Law School and Vanderbilt Law School will host an important Workshop on "International Executive Remuneration", to be held in Cambridge, England.
Fear of crime - manufactured or real?    View Summary
24 April 2009
Dr Murray LeeDr Murray Lee commented on the concept of 'fear of crime' in an interview with The Wire.
Anti-bikie laws   View Summary
23 April 2009
Dr Arlie LoughnanDr Arlie Loughnan says the new NSW anti-bikie laws are quite draconian and can impact on civil liberties.
Courts throw Facebook at digital navel gazers   View Summary
21 April 2009
Professor Mark FindlayDigital documentation is leading to cases being increasingly won on the basis of circumstantial evidence, according to Professor Mark Findlay
Indigenous rights   View Summary
21 April 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyThe United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which Australia adopted, may provide an avenue to transcend the paradox in the Labor Government's Indigenous policy, according to Dr Thalia Anthony
A better road for refugees   View Summary
20 April 2009
Professor Mary CrockBoat people might represent a political threat, but they are not a real threat to Australia's security writes Mary Crock, Professor of Public Law at the University of Sydney.
Ocean Acidification: A Litmus Test for International Law   View Summary
20 April 2009
Dr Tim StephensAustralia has one of the most signiļ¬cant stakes in addressing the problem of ocean acidiļ¬cation, according to Dr Tim Stephens
Sydney Law School Team performs well in Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot   View Summary
16 April 2009
Sydney Law SchoolAssociate Professor Luke Nottage reports on the recent success of the Law School Team in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot
Indigenous rights declaration just the start   View Summary
14 April 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyDr Thalia Anthony comments on the recent announcement of Australia's endorsement of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People
Peter Cameron Sydney Oxford Scholarship Winner Announced   View Summary
8 April 2009
Sydney Law SchoolAaron Rathmell is the recipient of the 2009 Peter Cameron Sydney Oxford Scholarship.
Scales of Social Justice   View Summary
6 April 2009
Professor Gillian TriggsA law degree opens a world of career choices outside the practice, according to the Dean Professor Gillian Triggs and Lecturer, Dr Thalia Anthony
Inter-University Graduate Conference    View Summary
6 April 2009
Sydney Law SchoolPostgraduate student, Joanna Obbink, presented a paper which was selected for inclusion at an international law conference held in New York State on 27-28 March 2009.
Judges give $900 bonus green light   View Summary
6 April 2009
Associate Professor Anne TwomeyAssociate Professor Anne Twomey says the impact of the High Court's judgement in favour of the Federal Government's $900 tax bonus will remain unclear until the full judgement's published.
Should freedom of expression include the licence to offend?   View Summary
2 April 2009
Dr Fleur JohnsDr Fleur Johns spoke at the recent Intelligence Squared Australia debate on freedom of expression.
Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Laws 'may make things worse'   View Summary
2 April 2009
Dr Arlie LoughnanThe new laws passed by the NSW Government to target outlaw motorcycle gangs represent a concerning development, according to Sydney Institute of Criminology legal experts Professor Mark Findlay and Dr Arlie Loughnan.
Connecting with Law Film Competition - Take 2 for 2009   View Summary
1 April 2009
Connecting with Law Film CompetitionApplications are open for the Connecting with Law Film Competition, where students are invited to submit a short film about law or the study of law.
New bikie laws likely to backfire   View Summary
1 April 2009
Professor Mark FindlayProfessor Mark Findlay believes new laws proposed by the NSW government in relation to outlawing bikie gangs are likely to backfire
Centre for Health Governance, Law and Ethics 2009 Oration   View Summary
1 April 2009
The Garling oration: "small steps" towards addressing the challenge of health resource allocation in the public hospital system
Clock ticking faster for Bali Three   View Summary
1 April 2009
Dr Simon ButtDr Simon Butt writes on the three Australians awaiting execution for their role in attempting to smuggle heroin from Indonesia into Australia in 2005, in today's edition of The Australian.
Mediation of Commercial Disputes   View Summary
1 April 2009
Mediation of Commercial DisputesA new unit in commercial dispute resolution is scheduled to by taught in May be some of Australia's leading practitioners in the field.
Research for Senate Inquiry into banking competition - call for volunteers   View Summary
1 April 2009
Sydney Law SchoolSydney Law School is seeking motivated students to research and report on the banking sector for a CHOICE submission to a senate inquiry into banking competition.
March 2009
International Sports Arbitration   View Summary
27 March 2009
International Sports ArbitrationInternational Sports Arbitration is scheduled for teaching at Cambridge University in July as part of the 2009 Sydney Law School in Europe Program.
Perjury lands Marcus Einfeld in prison    View Summary
26 March 2009
Dr Murray LeeDr Murray Lee comments on the Justice Marcus Einfield sentence saying the fairness of the case inevitably rested on the context in which it was judged.
Total recall: the revenge of the voters   View Summary
26 March 2009
Associate Professor Anne TwomeyAssociate Professor Anne Twomey believes the adoption of recall elections is a debatable alternative, following calls for it to be considered in New South Wales by the State Opposition.
2008 Teaching Award   View Summary
26 March 2009
http://www.law.usyd.edu.au/about/staff/JacquiMowbray/index.shtmlDr Jacqui Mowbray is the recipient of the Teaching Award for 2008.
Extreme Group Violence   View Summary
25 March 2009
Professor Mark FindlayProfessor Mark Findlay says the response to the Sydney Airport violence on Sunday has been mistaken.
The Justice Peter Hely Scholarship Winner Announced   View Summary
25 March 2009
Sydney Law School CrestJulia Carland is the recipient of the 2009 Justice Peter Hely Scholarship.
World Trade Organization (WTO) Law I & II   View Summary
24 March 2009
World Trade Organization (WTO) LawDr Brett Williams will deliver two specialised units in WTO Law as part of Sydney Law School's 2009 Postgraduate Program
Leading Torts academics debate how to educate students for global practice   View Summary
24 March 2009
Sydney Law SchoolJustice Gummow of the High Court recently opened a torts academic workshop at the new law school on the main campus, attended by leading torts scholars from around Australia and overseas.
Heroin trade in Australia not on the rise   View Summary
18 March 2009
Professor Mark FindlayProfessor Mark Findlay disputes claims that the Heroin trade in Australia is on the rise and says the focus should remain on methamphetamines.
Ethics and Law for the Health Professions   View Summary
18 March 2009
Ethics and Law for the Health ProfessionsSydney Law School would like to congratulate co-author Associate Professor Cameron Stewart on the new third edition Ethics and Law for the Health Professions
Civilising Globalisation   View Summary
18 March 2009
Civilising GlobalisationProfessor David Kinley's new book, Civilising Globalisation explores the interaction between Human Rights and the Global Economy.
Henry Review urged to avoid big bang tax reform   View Summary
13 March 2009
Professor Graeme CooperProfessor Graeme Cooper says there's no silver bullet where tax is concerned, in reference to the Henry Review of Taxation.
Naval incident seen as test of US' China policy   View Summary
12 March 2009
Dr Ben SaulDr Ben Saul believes the confrontation between a US Navy surveillance ship and five Chinese vessels in the South China Sea exposed China's interference with the freedom of navigation by peaceful foreign warships on the high seas.
Investor Class Actions   View Summary
12 March 2009
Investor Class ActionsIn association with the Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law and the Law Council of Australia, the Federal Court of Australia held a half day conference on Investor Class Actions on 10 March 2009.
2009 Sydney Law School Taxation Seminar Series   View Summary
11 March 2009
2009 Sydney Law School Taxation Seminar SeriesSydney Law School is pleased to announce its Taxation Seminar Series for 2009.
Lucy Mentoring Program   View Summary
10 March 2009
Sydney Law School crestApplications are now open for the Lucy Mentoring Program, which pairs female undergraduate students with leaders in the professions.
Australia's military mission in Afghanistan    View Summary
10 March 2009
Dr Ben SaulDr Ben Saul spoke on Australia's military mission in Afghanistan on SBS TV's Dateline recently.
Reflections on Indigeonous legal rights   View Summary
9 March 2009
Dr Thalia AnthonyDr Thalia Anthony launches new blog on the legal issues and developments pertaining to Australian Indigenous people.
UN split over arrest warrant for Sudanese President   View Summary
9 March 2009
Dr Ben SaulDr Ben Saul comments on objections raised by the United Nations against the International Criminal Court arrest warrant for Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
Sydney Law School's New Law Building   View Summary
6 March 2009
Sydney Law School's New Law BuildingThe latest images of Sydney Law School's New Law Building are available to view online.
Executive Employment   View Summary
5 March 2009
Executive EmploymentSemester One 2009 sees the return of a unit that has proved very popular in earlier years - Executive Employment - taught by newly appointed Professor Joellen Riley
Professor Ron McCallum AO appointed inaugural rapporteur to UN Disabilities Convention   View Summary
4 March 2009
Professor Ron McCallumSydney Law School would like to congratulate Professor Ron McCallum AO on his appointment as the inaugural rapporteur to the United Nations Disabilities Convention
Investor Class Actions Conference   View Summary
3 March 2009
Investor Class ActionsInvestor Class Actions is a conference organised by the Federal Court of Australia in conjunction with the Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law and the Law Council of Australia.
Australia's tax system discourages working mothers   View Summary
3 March 2009
Professor Patricia AppsAustralia's tax policy has a negative impact on women's entire life cycle by making it difficult for them to work when they have young children, argues Professor Patricia Apps
International Courts and Environmental Protection   View Summary
2 March 2009
International Courts and Environmental ProtectionA new book by Dr Tim Stephens provides the first comprehensive examination of international environmental litigation
New de facto laws mean cheats no longer prosper   View Summary
2 March 2009
Professor Patrick ParkinsonProfessor Patrick Parkinson AM says The Family Law Amendment is a "lawyer's paradise"
Sydney Law School welcomes Professor Geoffrey Miller   View Summary
2 March 2009
Professor Geoffrey MillerSydney Law School is pleased to host Professor Geoffrey Miller of New York University (NYU) Law School
February 2009
Sydney Law School in Europe   View Summary
26 February 2009
New Sydney Law School in Europe 2009The new Sydney Law School in Europe Brochure for 2009 is available to download
International Petroleum Transactions   View Summary
26 February 2009
International Petroleum TransactionsA new postgraduate intensive unit will examine international petroleum transactions, taught by Professor John Lowe and Professor Owen Anderson from the United States.
Rising international security star returns to Sydney for fellowship   View Summary
26 February 2009
James CockayneSydney Law School alumnus, James Cockayne is the inaugural winner of University of Sydney-WUN International and Comparative Criminal Justice Network Fellowship.
Workplace Bargaining   View Summary
25 February 2009
Professor Ron McCallum AOProfessor Ron McCallum AO will deliver a specialist postgraduate intensive unit of study in labour and employment law in Semester 1 2009
Indian Government moves to protect its culture   View Summary
24 February 2009
Associate Professor Patricia LoughlanAssociate Professor Patricia Loughlan says India's move to stop western drug companies from slapping patents on its medical treatments is a massive step forward for countries which are trying to protect their intellectual property.
The Business of Tax Administration   View Summary
23 February 2009
The Business of Tax AdministrationSydney Law School is pleased to annouce a new unit in Taxation, The Business of Tax Administration, taught by Mr Carson McNeil of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), as part of its 2009 Postgraduate Program.
JuristDiction   View Summary
18 February 2009
JuristDictionThe latest edition of the Sydney Law School's Faculty and Alumni journal, JuristDiction, is now available.
Applications now open for Excellence in Government decision-making - Program update   View Summary
17 February 2009
Sydney Law School crestSydney Law School and Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) are still accepting enrolments for its week-long Administrative Law intensive course in 2009.
Arrest warrant issued for Sudanese President   View Summary
16 February 2009
Dr Ben SaulDr Ben Saul says the issue of an arrest warrant for the President of Sudan would raise some unprecedented possibilities.
Law School Relocates to Main University Campus   View Summary
6 February 2009
New Law School Building and The Light TowerSydney Law School relocates to a new and exciting Law School Building on the University's main campus in Camperdown on 10 February 2009. The Information Counter will be open for business from 9am to 5pm on Tuesday, 10 February 2009.
Japanese International Taxation   View Summary
5 February 2009
Japanese International TaxationSydney Law School is pleased to announced a new specialised taxation unit, Japanese International Taxation, taught by Professor Yoshirio Masui from the University of Tokyo
Globalising the law degree   View Summary
4 February 2009
Professor Gillian TriggsThe Dean, Professor Gillian Triggs, spoke of her aim to make law at Sydney "a truly international and globalised degree," in a feature article published in Campus Review
Law should help trim the fat   View Summary
2 February 2009
Professor Roger MagnussonThe law should be utilised to combat obesity by influencing healthier choices, rather than regulating individual behaviour, argues Professor Roger Magnusson
January 2009
Carbon Trading, Derivatives and Taxation   View Summary
29 January 2009
Carbon Trading, Derivatives and TaxationSydney Law School is pleased to announce a new intensive unit in carbon trading as part of its 2009 Postgraduate Program
The plan to ease commercial whaling   View Summary
28 January 2009
Dr Tim StephensThe International Whaling Commission's plan to ease its ban on commercial whaling could benefit both sides politically, argues Dr Tim Stephens
Shock rise in assaults on Sydney's northern beaches   View Summary
28 January 2009
Dr Murray LeeDr Murray Lee comments comments on recent Bureau of Crime statistics revealing a rise in assaults on Sydney's northern beaches
Australia Day Honours   View Summary
27 January 2009
Professor Patrick Parkinson AMSydney Law School would like to congratulate Professor Patrick Parkinson AM and Adjunct Professor The Hon. Justice Ronald Sackville AO QC on their respective Australia Day honours.
2009 Sydney Law School Postgraduate Fellowships   View Summary
22 January 2009
Sydney Law School crestApplications are now open for the 2009 Sydney Law School Postgraduate Fellowships
Rhodes Scholar tells of her experiences in Pakistan   View Summary
19 January 2009
Natasha SimonsenNatasha Simonsen (BEcSocSci '07, LLB '08), winner of the 2009 NSW Rhodes Scholarship, recently spoke to the Sydney Morning Herald about her experiences with working for the UN in Pakistan.
Sydney Law School team progress to the international rounds of the Jean Pictet Compeition   View Summary
14 January 2009
Sydney Law School crestA team from Sydney Law School consisting of Callista Harris (4th Year Science/Law), Sofia Yiannikas (BA 2005, LLB 2007, Current Master of International Law (MIL) student) and Hamish White (BA 2004, final year Graduate Law) progressed to the international rounds of the Jean Pictet International Humanitarian Law Competition recently.
Legal Issues in Israeli/Hamas Conflict   View Summary
9 January 2009
Dr Ben SaulDr Ben Saul participated in a round table online broadcast on the Gaza Strip recently
Being 'tough on crime' does not pay   View Summary
9 January 2009
Professor Mark FindlayProfessor Mark Findlay welcomes comments by the NSW Opposition to "end the law and order auction" in an opinion piece in today's Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Law School alumnus contributed towards Obama campaign   View Summary
9 January 2009
Sydney Law School CrestMadura Wijewardena (BEc 1995, LLB 1997) profiled in today's Sydney Morning Herald in relation to his role in the campaign for American President-Elect, Barack Obama
Sydney Law School welcomes new Faculty members   View Summary
7 January 2009
Sydney Law School crestSydney Law School welcomes three new Faculty members starting this week