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The University’s 2022 Scholarship Celebration was held on Monday 24 October.Read more about The University’s 2022 scholarship celebration
On Tuesday 20 September 2022, a group of 13 students and 4 staff from the Adelaide Law School embarked on a four-day regional tour to explore the exciting, but often overlooked, employment opportunities that exist in regional and Aboriginal communities throughout South Australia.Read more about Law School students visit the Eyre Peninsula
Dr David Plater and Olga Pandos presented with Dr Cerian Griffiths at the Participation, Vulnerability and the Legal Process: International Perspectives conference at Nottingham Trent University.Read more about International Perspectives conference at Nottingham Trent University
In late May, Prof Stephens attended a workshop sponsored by the International Institute of Humanitarian Law in Tromso, Norway to update the 1994 San Remo Manual on the Law of Naval Warfare.Read more about Prof Stephens Participates in San Remo Manual Update in Norway Workshop
Adelaide Law School’s Professor Andrew Stewart is the lead author on an important new report, The Wages Crisis Revisited, which discusses the need for wage growth in Australia and explains how it could be achieved.Read more about Report and webinar on the need for wage growth
Adelaide Law School students and staff thank all who generously contributed to our recent insightful exposure and engagement trip to regional and Aboriginal communities in SA.Read more about Adelaide Law School students visited Clare, Port Pirie and Port Augusta
Professor Judith McNamara has been appointed as the new Dean of Law at the University of Adelaide’s Adelaide Law School.Read more about Adelaide Law School Dean appointed
It has been another busy and productive year, despite the ongoing COVID-19 situation, for the South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI). SALRI is an independent law reform body based at the Adelaide University Law School which was established in December 2010 under an agreement between the University of Adelaide, the Attorney-General and the Law Society of South Australia. SALRI’s output and impact in 2021 has remained significant.Read more about Another Busy Year for SALRI and Law Reform in South Australia
Vulnerable people who have difficulty communicating should have better assistance when accessing the justice system, according to a new report.Read more about Vulnerable people to have better access to justice
The work of the independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) has led to landmark changes to many of the state’s laws since it was conceived in December 2010. On Tuesday 26 October 2021, SALRI’s work, which has benefited many sectors of the community, was celebrated at a reception at Government House, hosted by Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia. Read the full article here.Read more about SALRI celebrates 10 years of law reform
The University of Adelaide recently signed a contract for the Adelaide Law School to provide legal education services to the Commonwealth/ Department of Defence.Read more about Adelaide Law School to provide legal education services Department of Defence
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.Read more about Professor Dale Stephens presented with Red Cross Distinguished Service Award
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.Read more about What Does it Mean?
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.Read more about Australian Universities and Regulating for Quality Work Experience'
On 15-16 July 2021, Dr David Plater, Dr Mark ‘Matt’ Giancaspro, Nadia Hess, Brooke Washusen, Holly Nicholls and Anita Brunacci took part in a law student engagement and SALRI trip to Port Pirie and Port Augusta.Read more about SALRI visits Port Pirie and Port Augusta
Adelaide Law School Participation in the Oxford University Forum For International Humanitarian Law Compliance
Prof Dale Stephens represents the University of Adelaide in an academic collaboration with the University of Oxford (Dr Elizabeth Stubbins Bates) and the University of Indianna (Dr Andrew Bell) in the 'Oxford Forum For International Humanitarian Law Compliance'.Read more about Adelaide Law School Participation in the Oxford University Forum For International Humanitarian Law Compliance
Adelaide Law student, Rachel Chalmers, is named a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards.Read more about Lawyers Weekly Law Student of the Year finalist
Four students finishing off their Masters program at the Accessible Justice Project, a partnership between commercial law firm Lipman Karas and Adelaide Law School, present their ideas for future justice access initiatives.Read more about Proposals marks end of first intake of Accessible Justice collaboration
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.Read more about New book published 'Internships, Employability and the Search for Decent Work Experience'
Last Thursday (17th of July) a group of Clinical Legal Education (CLE) and Entrepreneur and Venture Advice Clinic (EVAC) students held a seminar helping Adelaide-based creatives and freelancers better understand their legal rights and business responsibilities.Read more about Students help businesses understand their legal rights and responsibilities
Prof Stephens Interviewed by Ms Tory Shepherd on ABC Radio on 'Moonshot' program regarding legal issues with planned human activity on the Moon
Professor Dale Stephens was recently interviewed by journalist Ms Tory Shepherd on the ABC radio Program 'Moonshot' and dealt with legal questions concerning who owns the moon, who owns things brought to the moon, who owns items left behind on the moon, what liability States and companies have in space and where possible sources of friction might arise soon and how security might be maintained on the Moon, in space and on other celestial bodies.Read more about Prof Stephens Interviewed by Ms Tory Shepherd on ABC Radio on 'Moonshot' program regarding legal issues with planned human activity on the Moon
Law students present a 'Know your employment rights' workshop to young people at Adelaide City Library
The Adelaide Law School is proud of the Adelaide Clinical Legal Education students who presented a 'know your employment rights' workshop to young people at Adelaide City Library today, in collaboration with headspace.Read more about Law students present a 'Know your employment rights' workshop to young people at Adelaide City Library
Scheduled to take place in lecture theatres around campus, students are invited to meet and mingle with a guest-list of lecturers stopping by the North Terrace campus this week.Read more about A festival of the minds for the politically inclined
Dr Colette Langos and Professor Paul Babie have teamed up to publish their latest Research Paper on Social Media, Free Speech and religious freedom.Read more about Social Media, Free Speech and Religious Freedom
Who actually 'owns' the moon? Professor Dale Stephens appears on the ABC's Behind the News (BTN) to help unpack the 21st century space race!Read more about "No more Snapchat, that's the end of the world"
Providing a Voice for the Vulnerable? Communication Assistance for Vulnerable Parties in the South Australian Justice System
The South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) will be visiting Port Pirie and Port Augusta on 24-26 March 2021 to consult with the community on its current project which is examining the role and use of communication partners (also called intermediaries) in the South Australian legal system.Read more about Providing a Voice for the Vulnerable? Communication Assistance for Vulnerable Parties in the South Australian Justice System
The Termination of Pregnancy Act 2021 recently passed the South Australian Parliament.Read more about Passage of the Termination of Pregnancy Act 2021
Bachelor of Laws (Graduate entry) student, Joseph Chu is a finalist in this year's Top100 Future Leaders Competition.Read more about Joseph Chu is a finalist in the Top100 Future Leaders Competition