Business & Law

People protest against Russian attack on Ukraine near Embassy of Russia in Latvia.

Russian citizens leaving the country to avoid the draft has raised debate about what it means to be a refugee. A UNSW expert in international law and refugee law says we must treat these Russians fairly. 

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A universal language for VAD in Australia would provide clarity and avoid legal issues, says an ethics and biolegality expert at UNSW Law & Justice. 

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More Australians are now taking on a second job to relieve cost of living pressures. But is the extra money worth the amount of time (and tax) it takes up? UNSW Business School experts explain.  

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Changing to the European Union standard would add significant penalties for companies and protections for consumers, says a UNSW expert in the future of law. 

anonymous women face a female judge in a courtroom

Artificial intelligence can improve access to justice, but could come into conflict with important legal values and even cause harm, new research finds. 

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UNSW has academic experts available to comment on the federal government budget announcements in October.

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The terms of the Australian Privacy Principle 3.6 are quite clear. So why is there not a single published case of this law being enforced?

Candidate shows enthusiasm in job interview

Keen as a bean to nail that job interview? It turns out that showing too much enthusiasm for the new job can damage your chances, new UNSW Business School research shows.

A man leaving his home walking through flood waters.

A UNSW Business School expert explains why rising insurance premiums are set to join other affordability pressures for Australians.

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With a cost of living crisis on the horizon, there are risks in the Buy Now, Pay Later space for both users and companies, say UNSW Business School researchers.

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