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We are future focused and committed to preparing students for careers of tomorrow, equipped to manage the challenges of a changing world.

Much of our world has a legal dimension, from new technologies and artificial intelligence to human rights and environmental issues. A law career is an opportunity to advocate, affect change and have an impact.

Adelaide Law School is where you build your solid foundation. Through our well-established networks in the legal profession and access to an impressive global network of international opportunities, studying law with us can lead you anywhere.

The Sir John Salmond Law Library

The Sir John Salmond Law Library is a research and reference library offering access to a wide range of Australian and international legal resources. 

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Free Legal Clinics

The Adelaide Law School operates a number of free legal advice clinics, run by final-year students and supervised by experienced, practicing lawyers, to assist the community.

Free Legal Clinics

Adelaide Law Review

The Review publishes articles, comments, review essays, case notes and book reviews on all areas of the law from the foremost national and international legal scholars. 

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News & highlights

Professor Dale Stephens presented with Red Cross Distinguished Service Award

At the recent South Australian Red Cross Annual General Meeting, Professor Dale Stephens was presented with the Red Cross Distinguished Service Award.  This award is a national one that recognises distinguished service and the demonstration of exceptional leadership. 

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Afghanistan - 20 Years On: What Does it Mean?

On the evening of 13 Sept, Professor Dale Stephens of the Law School and A/Prof Tim Legrand of the Politics School participated in a panel event sponsored by the Adelaide Student 'Politics and international Relations Association  (PIRA)' (hosted by PIRA President Felix Eldridge) discussing the significance of the current takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban and the significance of the US, Australian and NATO contribution to Afghanistan over the past 20 years.

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New report published 'Protecting Students at Work: Australian Universities and Regulating for Quality Work Experience'

The International Labour Organization and Edward Elgar have published a collection of essays on Internships, Employability and the Search for Decent Work Experience, co-edited by Adelaide Law School’s Professor Andrew Stewart, Emerita Professor Rosemary Owens and Associate Professor Anne Hewitt.

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