Sydney Law School LLB graduand, Tim Matthews, received outstanding results in the Master of Laws (LLM) at the University of Cambridge. He was awarded First Class Honours, graduating third overall in his cohort.
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.
Congratulations to our talented students and alumni who were finalists in the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards. Sydney Law School has the most finalists named in this year’s awards.
The recent Arts/Law graduate works in Uber's Public Policy and Government Relations team, where he helps the ride-sharing giant understand and influence legislation, and regulates their transport technology.
The competition was established in 1993, featuring young lawyers, humorous legal topics and an enthusiastic audience.
Georgia was recently named Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s new Regional Managing Partner (Asia). She will split her time between Hong Kong and Singapore, enabling her to focus on growing the firm’s business across Asia.
We’d like to warmly congratulate all of our 2017 prize winners.
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.
Adam's postgraduate study at Harvard will include financial regulation, securities regulation and investment management law, with a particular focus on the role of commercial law and capital markets in fostering societal good.
When Annabelle Chauncy OAM BA '07 LLB '10 took time from her studies out to volunteer with an aid organisation in Africa, she didn't foresee the Kenyan crisis erupting that would force her to evacuate to neighbouring Uganda.