UNSW Law

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Matilda McDonell is a rising star of the Super Netball competition and studying law, a feat inspiring another UNSW elite athlete to do much the same.

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Changing to the European Union standard would add significant penalties for companies and protections for consumers, says a UNSW expert in the future of law. 

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Artificial intelligence can improve access to justice, but could come into conflict with important legal values and even cause harm, new research finds. 

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UNSW has academic experts available to comment on the federal government budget announcements in October.

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The terms of the Australian Privacy Principle 3.6 are quite clear. So why is there not a single published case of this law being enforced?

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The exact impact of sanctions is always difficult to assess in the short-term. But there are signs it is an effective strategy against Russia – and the only real option.

Frances Voon, Executive Manager of UNSW’s Andrew and Renata Kaldor Centre

The Kaldor Centre’s Frances Voon has won the award in the Social Impact category.

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When it comes to leave entitlements and mental health, there are some rights and obligations both employees and employers should be aware of.

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A UN report into the treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, China, says allegations of torture are 'credible'. 

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Both NSW and Queensland have committed to criminalise coercive control. This has the potential to disproportionately impact First Nations people who often can’t report to police safely.

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