Adelaide Law School to provide legal education services Department of Defence

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Pictured is the core of the teaching and military program management team (left to right) A/Prof Lorne Neudorf (Military Administrative Law), Dr Kellie Toole (Military Discipline Law), Prof Dale Stephens (Operations Law and Program Management) and A/Prof Matthew Stubbs (Program Management).

The University of Adelaide recently signed a contract for the Adelaide Law School to provide legal education services to the Commonwealth/ Department of Defence.

Under this contract, Legal Officers from the Australian Defence Force will complete three new postgraduate courses to be offered by Adelaide Law School (in military administrative, discipline and operations law) towards a new Graduate Certificate in Military Law. Some Legal Officers studying under the contract will also undertake electives from our LL.M offerings and complete the Master of Laws program.  This contract reinforces the leading teaching and research already undertaken by the Law School, and in particular the Research Unit on Military Law and Ethics, in key fields relating to military law and national security law.  Already, the Adelaide Law School is supervising a number of military and ex-military PhD students and continues to undertake cutting research in the fields of Military Operations and Space Law, ADF Veterans and the Criminal Justice System, Influence Operations and International/Domestic Law, Operations Law and Ethics, Operational Commercial Law, and the Law of Naval Warfare.  





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