UNSW Law & Justice

matilda mcdonell on court and olivia coleman smiling and holding a netball

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.

A computer representation of a lightbulb on a desk in an office building

The day is coming – some say has already arrived – when artificial intelligence starts to invent things that its human creators could not. But our laws are lagging behind this technology, UNSW experts say.

Silhouettes of a rock band with text from the Uluru Statement of The Heart in the background

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced Labor’s commitment to the Uluru Statement from the Heart. This means there may soon be a First Nations Voice to Parliament. However, there is a journey ahead.

Uluru Statement from the Heart

Architects of the Uluru Statement from the Heart say they look forward to working alongside the new Government to confirm a timeline for a referendum on a Voice to Parliament.

Anthony Albanese and Scott Morrison in front of the Australian Aboriginal Flag

Five experts grade the major parties’ policies and past actions on pursuing a First Nations Voice to Parliament.

hospitality workers clean tables

Exploitation flourishes because regulators do not routinely detect or punish labour law noncompliance.

Rising sea levels on Kirabati

If the impacts of climate change drive people from their homes, what happens to their relationship with their home country?

Vote for Women CFI

A discussion on gender representation in politics has heard Australia risks going backwards if more is not done to help female politicians.

Jean Hinchliffe and Peter Garrett

Jean Hinchliffe from School Strikes 4 Climate and Midnight Oil’s Peter Garrett explore citizen action from their generational perspectives.

A wire fence with barbed wire on top

Finding stable housing is one of the biggest challenges facing prison leavers. Access to public housing flattens the curve on recidivism.

Pages