Research | 11 Dec 2019
Unlawful metadata access is easy when we’re flogging a dead law
Australia still uses a law from 1979 to govern metadata, with more than 100 amendments. This leaves loopholes that various agencies can exploit and dodge safeguards.
Research | 09 Dec 2019
Australia consultations open on Draft Principles for Dignity in the Built Environment
Achievement | 06 Dec 2019
#Class of 2019: Nikita Harlalka
Attracted to UNSW for its culture, Nikita Harlalka says UNSW Law’s unique focus on social justice and small class sizes were also a drawcard.
Research | 03 Dec 2019
Untaxing childcare could benefit us all
A proposal from the New Economic Policy Initiative would give families up to $60,000 in tax deductions for childcare-related expenses.
Opinion | 03 Dec 2019
Inclusion is key to normalising disability
Introducing inclusion at an early age helps everyone better understand disability and reduce discrimination, says UNSW's Rosemary Kayess.
Achievement | 29 Nov 2019
#Class of 2019: Stephanie Blancquart
Studying Law at UNSW was an easy choice for Stephanie Blancquart, as the Law School’s small seminar teaching methods set it apart from other universities.
Research | 28 Nov 2019
Refugees face higher burden of proof than criminals
A Kaldor Centre conference has discussed the importance of getting refugee-status decisions right.
Research | Thought leadership | 28 Nov 2019
Artificial intelligence – where are we heading?
Professor Lyria Bennett Moses, Director at The Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation at UNSW, explains the legal terminology of AI, and increasing concerns about facial recognition software.