Australia's courts will increasingly be forced to deal with conflict between human rights and the sexist cultural traditions of some minorities in Australia, according to NSW Chief Justice Jim Spigelman.
Some of Australia's top companies have provided mentors for a program aimed at helping female students achieve success in the corporate world.
A team of UNSW law students will travel to the US to compete in an international law moot court competition.
Leading young researchers in the area of crime and justice have been brought together by the inaugural UNSW Crime and Justice Research Network interdisciplinary student conference.
Arts/Law student Fiona Cunningham has won the UNSW Harvard Travel Scholarship.
UNSW's Dr Jane Goodman-Delahunty has won the American Psychology-Law Society's 2005-2006 book award for an outstanding contribution to the field of law and psychology.
Last year saw a large increase in the number of High Court rulings decided by a split bench, according to a report that will be presented at the sixth Constitutional Law Conference at UNSW.