UNSW Law

China-Australia trade

UNSW academics offer differing solutions in the attempt to ‘cool down’ rising trade tensions between Australia and China.

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International students who are still subject to wage theft and sexual harassment can report their challenges in a new survey.

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Professor Megan Davis, the author of the independent review into Aboriginal children and young people in out-of-home care, says the government needs to “implement recommendations and announce the way forward”.

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COVID-19 is the latest example of a disease that affects men and women differently, with more women being infected in many countries and more men dying as a result of it.

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UNSW's Jayne O'Connor says sexual harassment allegations indicate a need for reform in the highly traditional court system.

 

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Dr Marc De Leeuw uses a philosophers lens to investigate Law, life and the presuppositions we work with. For example, does nature have a right to life?

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The watchdog has voiced concerns over the proposed US$2.1 billion merger, from which both users and Australian health services could lose out.

High Court judges

There is a vacuum within the legal profession that allows sexist, racist and other troubling conduct to go unaddressed. This must change.

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Sex workers face barriers to justice in sexual assault trials, and decriminalisation is necessary to enable sex workers to access legal redress, a UNSW law expert says.

Murray Darling basin

China felt the Murray Darling Basin Plan was about more than the environment. It wanted to know how much more.

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