UNSW Law is leading research into how artificial intelligence is changing work for lawyers and how we all have access to justice.
Newly appointed magistrate Louise Taylor wants her work to be an empathetic reflection of the communities she represents.
The debate ought to be about whether we should have spent big. It was good that we did. But we need to "reload" and get the financial system under control.
The prosecution wants a closed trial, while the defence wants to keep secret only what's necessary to protect Australia’s national security.
It is thought that it doesn't help much to cut official interest rates toward or beyond zero, and maybe it doesn't, but new research suggests the answer has a lot to do with the housing market.
With new risks threatening the balance of financial markets, the world has not heeded the lessons of the global financial crisis, says UNSW Business School Director of Global Finance, Fariborz Moshirian.
Predictions of house price falls are unreliable, but there are some things we know for sure about the housing market in the next few years, says UNSW Business School's Jonathan Reeves.
We are getting closer to being able to apply private sector rigour to the examination of public sector projects with social benefits.
New UNSW Sydney report introduces Social Return Accounting, an innovative method for measuring the value of government expenditures.
Problems with section 44 of the Constitution have absorbed a great deal of time, money and energy over the past year – politicians should now work towards genuine reform.