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2022 has proved yet another busy and productive year for the South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI). SALRI is an independent non-partisan law reform body based at the University of Adelaide Law School. The Law Reform elective is linked to SALRI. The work undertaken in the Law Reform class plays a valuable role to inform and support SALRI’s work.
The University’s 2022 Scholarship Celebration was held on Monday 24 October.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Professor Judith McNamara has been appointed as the new Dean of Law at the University of Adelaide’s Adelaide Law School.
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.