Opinion | 30 Mar 2020
Australia's privacy watchdog is taking Facebook to court. It's a good start
Five years ago, Facebook gave away personal data of more than 300,000 Australians. They're about to have their day in court.
Opinion | 26 Mar 2020
The needs of children must be considered during coronavirus pandemic
We need to adopt a child-centred approach in this pandemic in order to reduce trauma levels.
Achievement | 24 Mar 2020
2019 Dean's List
The Dean’s List is an opportunity to honour our highest achieving students by recognising academic excellence in UNSW Law.
Opinion | 18 Mar 2020
George Pell appeal: Did the jury fail to recognise evidence that established a reasonable doubt?
UNSW Professor of Law Jill Hunter looks at the question before the High Court: was the jury's verdict unreasonable in the case against the Cardinal?
Research | 17 Mar 2020
Youth Law Australia: providing online assistance to children with legal problems
Ensuring children have free access to legal assistance empowers and protects them.
Opinion | 12 Mar 2020
Australia’s offshore detention determined cruel, inhuman and degrading, but not crimes against humanity
The International Criminal Court Prosecutor declines to examine Australia’s policy on asylum seekers despite accepting evidence of mistreatment.
Research | 09 Mar 2020
A weekend for every worker
UNSW Sydney researchers are beginning a two-year study into how a reduced work week improves the health and wellbeing of construction workers and their families.
Opinion | 09 Mar 2020
Phase One’s Dispute Settlement Mechanism a poor alternative to WTO Appellate Body
The role of the multilateral trading system has been diminished with rising protectionism and unilateralism in trade policy, as evidenced by the US-China trade war, the use of retaliatory tariffs and the paralysis of the WTO’s Appellate Body.