Inspired by her family's Aboriginal activism, Teela Reid has switched teaching for law and landed a coveted role working for Supreme Court Justice Lucy McCallum.
A dynamic duo from UNSW Law has won the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Geneva.
A historical study of five of our most acclaimed artists including Dame Nellie Melba and Norman Lindsay aims to uncover the impact of copyright on our cultural identity.
Western Australia’s Senate election re-run shows once again the need to reform the process by which senators are chosen, writes George Williams.
A new video series featuring some of Australia's leading law academics takes viewers behind the headlines for expert guidance on our most pressing contemporary issues.
UNSW Law has announced the recipients of the generous John M Green and Ngoc Tram Nguyen scholarships, which help high achievers study at university regardless of their background.
Science/Law graduate Sarah Lux-Lee plans to use her Sir John Monash Scholarship to study a Masters in Public Administration at Columbia University.
Is ‘retributive justice’ an effective form of punishment or just an excuse for vengeance? And what are the social costs? Australia's first Indigenous magistrate Pat O'Shane delivers UNSW Law's Justice Talks Lecture.
Macquarie Bank’s Shemara Wikramanayake is the guest speaker at a fundraising dinner for a scholarship aimed at disadvantaged students in Sydney's south-west.
If the UN thinks indefinite detention of asylum seekers on the Australian mainland is cruel, inhuman and degrading, we can only imagine what it might say about Nauru and PNG, writes Jane McAdam.