Latest news, expert media commentary and independent opinion from the Sydney Law School.
The Law School continues to expand research and teaching expertise with new appointments.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, SOAR Fellow, Associate Professor Rita Shackel shares her personal thoughts on career success, inspirational women, and the need for society to step up to sexual abuse and violence.
International Women's Day MC, Laina Chan (BSc Hons LLB Hons '94), shares her career journey and tips for women entering the legal profession.
Congratulations to our Sydney Law School community members who were acknowledged in the 2018 Australia Day Honours List.
We are proud to offer our students and graduates more than $500,000 worth of scholarships for study in 2018.
Sydney Law School researcher, Dr Nicole Watson, has been successful in the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) grants.
Team Australia law students have been competing in the innovative Intercollegiate Negotiation and Arbitration Competition in Tokyo since 2005.
The lecture discussed how Aboriginal people have long-resisted demeaning stereotypes. The panel included Dr Nicole Watson and Dr Fady Aoun (Sydney Law School), Dr Amanda Porter (UTS), and Journalist Jeff McMullen as MC.
A survey of 1600 Australians details attitudes to online privacy, surveillance, digital disruption at work, and online freedom of speech.
Established in 1904, the Rhodes Scholarships for Australia enables nine outstanding students nationwide to study at the University of Oxford.
Congratulations to our two Sydney Law School students who participated in the 2017 Law Without Walls (LWOW) Conposium in April at the University of Miami.
Since it’s launch, the business has seen more than two million Australians use the site, including over 140,000 small to medium enterprises, who reply on the website in order to generate work. Jeremy graduated in 2004.
Many warranties for residential solar batteries are in breach of consumer law, according to University of Sydney and Public Interest Advocacy Centre research.
The University of Sydney has awarded an honorary doctorate to the Right Honourable Helen Clark ONZ, the first elected female Prime Minister of New Zealand and the first woman to head the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).