Thought leadership | 19 Jan 2021
Black Lives Matter movement in Australia: First Nations perspectives
Three prominent Indigenous women speak about one of the biggest social movements in the world and how it matters in Australia
Research | 14 Jan 2021
Price of a life: why food delivery services need a regulation overhaul
Governments are scared of appearing business ‘unfriendly’ if they intervene in the gig economy and big companies are using this to their advantage, say experts at UNSW Sydney
Achievement | 14 Dec 2020
The law course that will set you up for success in the legal world
Innovation can come from existing resources and doesn’t necessarily have to involve spending lots of money. What’s important is understanding what resources are available and how to efficiently use them, says a UNSW Law student.
Achievement | 11 Dec 2020
UNSW takes home coveted Justice William Gummow Cup
In the midst of a global pandemic, UNSW Law took home the Justice William Gummow Cup for the third year in a row
Announcement | 10 Dec 2020
Australian Human Rights Institute to welcome new director in 2021
The Australian Human Rights Institute at UNSW Sydney will welcome a new director next year, with Professor Justine Nolan joining from 1 January 2021.
Achievement | 07 Dec 2020
UNSW's Rosemary Kayess nominated for three Aspire Awards
The international human rights lawyer and advocate has a strong profile on the global stage as well as grassroots connections.
Announcement | 02 Dec 2020
New chair of Asia Society Australia has lasting UNSW Sydney links
Stuart Fuller, UNSW Foundation Board Director, Law alumnus and member of the Law Advisory Council, now chairs Australia’s leading national centre for engagement with Asia.
Research | 30 Nov 2020
Reshaping the future of international economic governance
Developments in international economic law could alter Australia's relationship with China and other key trading partners, says UNSW Law’s Professor Heng Wang.