UNSW Law

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What now after the High Court's ruling on the 'Citizenship Seven'? George Williams suggests an audit of the eligibility of all parliamentarians and amending section 44 of the Constitution.  

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The proposed Indigenous voice to parliament is nowhere near as radical as the government portrays it, writes Gabrielle Appleby.

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In the case of the 'citizenship seven', the High Court opted for an interpretation that promoted certainty for future cases, writes Gabrielle Appleby

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An app providing information about fines has been named the winner of a showcase featuring students of UNSW Law's new course using state-of-the-art legal technology.  

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The UN Human Rights Committee has challenged the Australian government to produce policy that truly includes Indigenous people, write Anna Cody and Maria Nawaz.

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Research led by UNSW has found that the NSW Police policy known as STMP is causing serious harm to young people and undermines the objectives of the NSW youth justice system.

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UNSW Law is among the world’s top 35 university law courses, according to the Times Higher Education’s latest subject rankings.

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Parliament should discontinue its prayers and instead seek to respect and acknowledge people of all beliefs, writes George Williams.

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Andrew Lynch writes the release of much-awaited papers from the parliamentary archives will lead to new appraisals of Lionel Murphy's life and work – including his alleged "misbehaviour".

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Official explanations that blame terrorism for the conflict in Myanmar's northern Rakhine State should not be accepted at face value, writes Melissa Crouch.

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