Announcement | 12 May 2021
Federal Budget 2021: Impact on refugees
Refugees will be impacted by the Federal Budget in the following three ways.
Research | 10 May 2021
Will artificial intelligence be the demise of lawyers?
There are three aspects of the legal profession that artificial intelligence (AI) technology cannot replace: Expertise, ethics and humanity.
Achievement | 07 May 2021
PhD Excellence Awards - 2020
UNSW Law & Justice would like to congratulate the recipients of the 2020 PhD Excellence Awards.
Opinion | 03 May 2021
Indigenous deaths in custody: inquests can be sites of justice or administrative violence
Investigations and inquests that follow a death in custody can offer insight into what happened. But much work is still needed to make these processes transparent and effective.
Research | 03 May 2021
Indigenous Voice: Overwhelming support for constitutional enshrinement
Vast majority of public submissions published to date in response to the Indigenous Voice Interim Report support a referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
Research | 20 Apr 2021
Is the future of money digital?
Should commercial banks be concerned about central banks issuing a new form of currency to individuals?
Opinion | 19 Apr 2021
A world first: Federal Court rules Google has misled users on personal location data
The current review of the Federal Privacy Act could be the beginning of a process to obtain fairer privacy practices for consumers. But any reforms from this review will be a long time coming.
Announcement | 13 Apr 2021
Throwback to 1976: The launch of UNSW Law Revue
An annual comedy sketch show first held in 1976, UNSW Law Revue is not just a stage production — it is an experience.