UNSW Law

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Within a year of troops landing at Gallipoli in April 1915, it had become an offence to use the word Anzac – or even a word similar to it – in trade or business. The impact has been chronicled in a new book by UNSW Law's Catherine Bond.

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While public hearings may encourage some witnesses to approach an anti-corruption commission, others may be deterred, write Gabrielle Appleby and Grant Hoole.

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UNSW Law Professor Jane McAdam is a finalist in the NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year award.

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The legal profession is not the bastion of equality that it should be, writes George Williams.

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UNSW has teamed with law firm Gilbert + Tobin and software company Neota Logic for a new course that will provide UNSW Law students with practical experience in using state-of-the-art legal technology.

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Recently retired Chief Justice Robert French maintained an exceptionally low rate of dissent during his term, according to analysis by UNSW Law.

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The Kaldor Centre's Claire Higgins has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to explore how past experiences can help create positive solutions for millions of displaced people.

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We may not fare so well if we were to have a Prime Minister seeking to follow Trump's lead, writes George Williams.

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The new judicial appointments to the highest courts of Australia and the United States will bring more continuity than change to their respective courts, writes Rosalind Dixon.

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The rise of a "whatever it takes" approach in Australian politics poses a major challenge for Susan Kiefel, the newly installed leader of the Australian judiciary, writes George Williams.

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