The candidates, women's rights and the Free Trade Agreement with Australia are key in the Indonesian election, says UNSW Law's Associate Professor Melissa Crouch.
Scholars from across the globe will gather at UNSW to discuss how changing gender norms intersect with populism’s appeal in Asia.
Terms like 'artificial intelligence' are bandied about frequently, but a research group at UNSW Law is exploring what impact this kind of technology will really have on the legal profession.
Academics from UNSW and UTS will survey international students about what help they need to avoid exploitation by employers and accommodation providers.
David Vaile, Stream lead for Data Protection and Surveillance, Allens Hub for Technology, Law & Innovation, talks about the effectiveness of policing global social media companies.
In a landmark lawsuit, a tribunal finds the NT government has a legal obligation to ensure remote housing is habitable and in good repair.
The faculty recognises a significant milestone in a journey that is planned to pick up pace and is striving for 300 Indigenous alumni.
Professor Michael Coper has been awarded UNSW’s highest honour in recognition of his service to the law and legal education.
Industry leaders and global human rights activists will discuss technology, diversity, modern slavery and Indigenous rights at the Innovate Rights 2019 event.
For more than 30 years, Environmental Defenders Offices around the country have worked to help people take legal action on environmental issues. They've notched some big wins along the way.