Research | 21 Jan 2020
Fragile democracies and a universal carbon tax
Professor Rosalind Dixon is a Professor of Law at UNSW and has conducted extensive research on fragile democracies.
Research | 06 Jan 2020
Strata title 101: what you need to know
Strata title is the fastest growing property title in Australia today, which means more and more of us have questions to ask. UNSW Law Associate Professor Cathy Sherry has the answers.
Opinion | 18 Dec 2019
Is CV fraud a crime?
Depending on the inaccuracy on your curriculum vitae, lying on your CV could be crime, says UNSW’s Professor Alex Steel.
Achievement | 16 Dec 2019
UNSW's Rosemary Kayess awarded the 2019 Human Rights Medal
The internationally respected lawyer, researcher, academic and UNSW alumna is an advocate for access to justice, social inclusion, housing and employment.
Achievement | 13 Dec 2019
Digital legal applications can provide greater access to justice
UNSW Law students design digital legal applications to address issues overlooked in the community legal sector.
Opinion | 13 Dec 2019
The federal government's response to the ACCC's Digital Platforms Inquiry is a let down
The ACCC's inquiry was launched to address concerns about the market power of major digital platforms, such as Google and Facebook, and their impact on Australia's businesses and media.
Achievement | 11 Dec 2019
Award recognises 30 years of human rights work in the Asia Pacific
UNSW’s Diplomacy Training Program has supported more than 3000 human rights defenders in over 60 countries with practical courses that build their knowledge, skills and networks.
Research | 11 Dec 2019
International students exploited by landlords
Overcrowding, unsafe accommodation and intimidation are just some of the poor conditions frequently faced by students in share housing.