UNSW Law & Justice

Natalie Klein

Natalie Klein is recognised for her distinguished contribution to international law of the sea.

Noah Bedford and Veronica Sebesfi

Noah Bedford and Veronica Sebesfi are among 16 Australians named as 2024 John Monash scholars.

NSW Police search a young woman

A UNSW Law academic says a NSW Police program was rightfully abandoned after a five-year investigation.

A Palestinian family walks through a bombed street in Gaza

Israel’s warning to civilians in Gaza of impending attacks must be ‘effective’ under international law, meaning it must not only reach people but allow them sufficient time to evacuate safely.

Person driving a car with a navigation system

Cars can collect data via cameras, microphones, sensors, and connected phones and apps. Our privacy laws need urgent reform if these data are to be kept safe.

the hands of an indigenous man hold the hands of a young person

The proposed change to the Constitution is straightforward. Now is the time to say Yes to overcoming Indigenous disadvantage. 

silhouette of man in front of microphones

A lack of integrity and accountability has fuelled record-low trust in brands and government, UNSW human rights experts say.

a worker at her desk buried under pieces of paper that say spam

One of the first ‘spam’ messages on record was sent in 1854.

simple illustration of people near a giant voting box with the australian flag on it

The No campaign line for the upcoming Voice referendum tells people they can’t figure out the issues, says the Dean of Law & Justice at UNSW Sydney.

person casting a ballot at a polling station

From a legal standpoint, there is a difference between a state and a territory, and for some that justifies giving territory voters less say.