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Distinguished barrister and human rights advocate Julian Burnside will deliver the 2015 Hal Wootten Lecture at UNSW Law on Monday 30 March.

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The first research centre specialising in international refugee law will be launched at UNSW next week, with a keynote address by founding director, Professor Jane McAdam.

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New laws ending the ‘right to silence’ when being questioned by police run the risk of causing the miscarriage of justice, the state’s former top prosecutor Nicholas Cowdery QC has told a UNSW public lecture.

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Hear from a panel of experts as they examine the regulation of doping from a range of legal perspectives in a public forum moderated by Tracey Holmes, this Thursday 10 October.

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Unless the referendum to recognise Indigenous people in the constitution has broad public support to succeed, it will join a long list of failed attempts to change Australia's constitution, writes George Williams.

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Education is a great elevator, says entrepreneur and novelist John M Green, who has given half a million dollars to a new scholarship scheme to help disadvantaged students study Law at UNSW.

Former NSW Director of Public Prosecutions Nicholas Cowdery has been appointed a Visiting Professorial Fellow in the UNSW Faculty of Law.

Does restorative justice offer advantages to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence over conventional justice practices?

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