Sydney Law School congratulates our alumni who have been recognised in the 2017 Queen’s Birthday and Australia Day honours for their outstanding contributions in a broad range of fields.
With international criminal law and humanitarian law regularly taught as part of our law programs, a number of our students have jumped at the chance to intern at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC).
Congratulations to Annabelle Chauncy OAM (BA '07 LLB '10), who received the 2017 University of Sydney Alumni Award for Service to Humanity.
In 2013 the Yim Family Foundation established the Colin Phegan Lectureship in honour of former Sydney Law School dean, Emeritus Professor Colin Phegan.
For 10 years the Peter Cameron Sydney‑Oxford Scholarship has been providing an incredible opportunity for some of Sydney Law School’s most talented alumni to undertake postgraduate study at the University of Oxford.
Professor Mary Crock speaks about the work she is doing that is helping society to rethink its views on immigration, citizenship and refugee law in Australia and around the world.
Professor Simon Rice joined Sydney Law School in July 2017 as Director of Professional and Community Engagement. He shares his insights into the school’s engagement with industry and the wider community.
Professor Tim Stephens was given a unique opportunity to see international law in action as an observer with the Australian Government delegation to the 40th Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting in Beijing.
On 3 June 2017 Australia marked 25 years since the historic Mabo decision [Mabo and others v Queensland (no 2) (1992)], which ended the doctrine of terra nullius.
It’s easy to be impressed by Sarah Morton-Ramwell. At the age of 33, she’s already done more than most people will in their lifetimes.