A film featuring UNSW Law's Andrea Durbach has won the audience award for best documentary at the Sydney Film Festival.
In the era of social networking, are smartphones jeopardising our right to trial by jury, asks Dr Fergal Davis from UNSW's Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law.
Does the Gillard government's proposed "Malaysia solution" for asylum seekers place us at risk of violating our international obligations? Refugee law expert Jane McAdam explains.
Australia and the United States should not be afraid to shine a spotlight on nations in the region that fall short on their human rights obligations, US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich has told a UNSW audience.
UNSW experts available for comment on the 2011 Federal Budget.
A new report by the Journalism and Media Research Centre argues that self-regulation is the key to managing convergent media in Australia.
Australia's banks should be made to contribute to a fund to ensure their long-term stability and help prevent any future financial disaster, says finance law professor Ross Buckley.
US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich will deliver the Australian Human Rights Centre's Annual Public Lecture at UNSW next week (Tuesday, 10 May).
The royal wedding raises concerns about rules of succession that reflect centuries-old prejudices against women and Catholics. But changing them will be a logistical nightmare.
Does restorative justice offer advantages to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence over conventional justice practices?