UNSW Law

Ruby Princess

Australia has a duty to provide urgent medical care to the crews under a maritime convention, but it must weigh the threat to Australians if it allows the ships to dock, too.

Asylum seeker mother and child

Federal Court data breach exposes the identities of 400 asylum seekers.

Poppy decoration next to the wall of fallen soldiers at the Australian War Memorial

A book by a UNSW law academic reveals the authoritarian laws in Australia during WW1 and their modern parallels.

The ripple effects of COVID-19 on Indigenous family and domestic violence.

UNSW expert warns recent legislation to protect against COVID-19 does not adequately consider the impact on Indigenous victims of family and domestic violence. 

Women workers on the front-line are assets to our healthcare system. Image: Shutterstock.

The National Cabinet must protect women’s human rights in their response to the COVID-19 crisis.

What happens to debt when you die?

Nothing is certain except for death and taxes. And even after death, taxes are one of the first liabilities to be paid off, but what about the rest of your debts?

A blurred Australian flag waving behind a barbed wire fence. Image: Shutterstock

Releasing prisoners will protect community, says a UNSW Professor of Criminology.

Empty super market shelves

Other stakeholders need a seat at this table to decide matters of social equity and competitive significance.

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Scientia Professor and Dean of UNSW Law, George Williams discusses many of the legal issues surrounding the Government and individuals during a pandemic.

A mother and child wear face masks during the COVID-19 outbreak.

We need to adopt a child-centred approach in this pandemic in order to reduce trauma levels.

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