For all the heartache, media coverage and long legal argument, we are no closer to knowing how Caroline Byrne met her death at The Gap, writes Professor David Dixon.
Law professor Jane McAdam has been appointed as a Non-Resident Senior Fellow in foreign policy at the Brookings Institution, the world's top think tank.
In our desire to “end the blame game”, do we expect too much from the various governments in Australia’s federal system, asks Professor Andrew Lynch.
One of the world’s top jurists Judge Sang-Hyun Song, President of the International Criminal Court, will deliver the annual Wallace Wurth Memorial Lecture at UNSW.
Only political negligence can kill off the historical referendum on Indigenous recognition, writes Professor George Williams.
OPINION: Separating people according to their race is based upon a discredited 19th-century scientific theory. Unfortunately, this thinking remains embedded in Australia's constitutional DNA, writes Professor George Williams.
OPINION: As satisfying as it may seem to announce that you’ll see your adversary in court, a good lawyer may be duty bound to tell you otherwise, writes Associate Professor Michael Legg.
OPINION: The Federal Government must address the exploitative elements of people smuggling without wasting taxpayer money punishing the wrong people, writes Bassina Farbenblum.
OPINION: It's time for corporations to free themselves from the tyranny of simplistic shareholder value thinking, writes UNSW guest UCLA's Professor Lynn Stout in the SMH.
OPINION: No matter how many times you adjust the latest privacy setting on Facebook there is, ultimately, no such thing as privacy in social media, writes Professor Michael Legg in the SMH.