News and Events
"In 2018, we will be asking the question ‘what would Australia look like if young people were given a greater say?’ I hope that through this year’s Youth Representative program, we can provide opportunities for young people to be involved in policy discussions that affect them."
- Amos Washington
There are multiple ways that an Adelaide Law School degree can lead you to pathways you could not fathom when in the Law School. An Adelaide Law School graduate Priya Pavri (and former President of the AULSS) has spent the last 9 months in war torn Iraq dealing with the humanitarian crisis over there.
While the nation is still grappling with the public debate around same-sex marriage, our state has taken a huge leap forward in recognising relationships of all kinds with the establishment of a formal Relationships Register.
War in space, once confined to sci-fi fiction, is now a real threat to the safety of life on Earth. But a University of Adelaide legal expert has joined a research consortium, tasked at developing a new set of laws which will be sanctioned for the final frontier.
Law School News
Thu 17 Jan
John Bray Law Alumni CPD Session 1 – Magistrates Appeals
Please join me for the first John Bray Law Alumni Continuing Professions Development session on magistrates appeals, with guest speakers Lindy Powell QC and Ian Robertson SC. The Honourable Justice Lovell will chair the session where speakers will deal with how to present a magistrates appeal and best assist the Court. Magistrates Appeals are an […]
Tue 15 Jan
Working with the SA Solicitor-General: A Lesson in Law and Justice
Author: Eloise Dibden, (soon-to-be) 5th Year Bachelor of Laws Student I recently completed a five-week placement at the SA Solicitor-General’s Office (SGO) headed by the Solicitor-General (SG), Dr Chis Bleby, as part of the Adelaide Law School’s Law & Justice Internship. For those unaware, the SG is the State’s highest legal officer, who advises […]