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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'.
Adelaide Law student, Rachel Chalmers, is named a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards.
Lipman Karas and the University of Adelaide see the project as being an incubator for ideas to address factors Delivering Accessible Justice Through Innovation.
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.
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.
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.
Peta Spyrou is a PhD candidate conducting research on disibility discrimination laws at the Adelaide Law School.
Adelaide Law School was once again excited to be hosting the High School Mooting Competition, with 8 schools registering for the 2021 event.
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.
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.