Faculty of Law

Moot inside

A team of UNSW law studentshas taken on the world and emerged champions in a mooting competition in Scotland.

Wootten Hal inside

One of Australia's most brilliant legal minds, Emeritus Professor Hal Wootten, will discuss how to live a worthwhile life as a lawyer, in a public lecture at UNSW this Thursday.

Anti poverty week inside

The plight of an estimated 5.2 billion people who live in poverty, including 2.2 million Australians, will be the focus of Anti-Poverty Week at UNSW from October 13-17.

Bill shorten Rosemary Kayes

The Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children's Services, Bill Shorten, has said there is an urgent need for research in the disability area, while announcing the establishment of the Disability Studies and Research Centre at UNSW.

FBE Sonya redman

A UNSW architecture/law student has won first place in the 2008 Berkeley essay competition.

Cathy sherry web

UNSW's Cathy Sherry has been awarded a 2007 NSW Quality Teaching Award.

Japanese legal comp web

Three UNSW Law students have defeated teams from 16 universities to win a prestigious international negotiation and arbitration competition held in Japan.

Sandra egger web

Two UNSW researchers have had their outstanding contributions to health and medical research recognised by the NHMRC.

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UNSW students have taken out first and second place in an environmental law competition.

UN logo web

Five UNSW Law students are currently in China taking part in a model UN meeting at Heilongjiang University in the city of Harbin.

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