UNSW Law

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UNSW celebrates the Centre’s successful engagement in key public law debates, human rights charters, technology and the law.

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Thousands of international students and temporary migrants have experienced exclusion and racism, and been unable to pay for basic living needs during the pandemic.

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Denying protection to asylum seekers is neither sustainable nor defensible as long-term policy. Here are ways to make the screening process at airports more just when the borders do reopen.

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Australia's new voluntary code of practice to make IoT devices more secure may expose consumers to greater risks.

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UNSW academics argue that the review into sex work could result in positive changes to the working conditions for many sex workers.

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Respectful and consultative decisions between employer and employee are needed in the coming months, and this approach will minimise potential OHS legal risks in the process.

Matilda McDonell defends the shot of Samantha Wallace in the Suncorp Super Netball

A chance to bond as a team by living and playing a whole season together may seem exciting at first, but how do athletes cope when the novelty wears off?

Marijke Bassani

Marijke Bassani’s PhD research explores questions of Indigeneity, gender, and sexuality within communities and the legal system.

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People may consent to the use of their personal data, without being sufficiently aware or informed of the nature and extent of potential implications.

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The impact of increased income support during COVID-19 has been viewed as overwhelmingly positive in a new survey of community service workers.

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