14 May 2018
PhD Excellence Awards - 2017
UNSW Law would like to congratulate the recipients of the 2017 PhD Excellence Awards.
13 Apr 2018
Cockatoos and conflict: UNSW Law students enjoy mooting success
UNSW Law students have shone at prestigious international mooting competitions in Oxford and Hong Kong.
Opinion | Research | 11 Apr 2018
OPINION Shorten's plan to triple anti-dumping penalties misunderstands the law
Bill Shorten’s proposal to triple anti-dumping penalties demonstrates a misunderstanding of dumping and its impact on the economy. It also misunderstands when anti-dumping measures may be lawfully applied and to what extent.
05 Apr 2018
Young Law leaders awarded Asian Exchange Scholarships
Four UNSW Law students are among the 2018 Westpac Asian Exchange Scholars helping to strengthen Australia’s talent pool of future leaders.
26 Mar 2018
From huts to the Roundhouse
Memories of lectures in the “huts” at UNSW flowed freely at the reunion of the first graduating classes of the Law School on 7 March.
19 Mar 2018
Tips for aspiring tipstaves and associates
OPINION: Stella Kim, Lawyers Weekly, 10 June 2016.Working by a judge's side offers an exclusive opportunity to watch and learn from some of the country’s finest legal practitioners and to witness incredible (and, sometimes, incredibly bad!) advocacy in action.
19 Mar 2018
The legality of internships
OPINION: Stella Kim, Lawyers Weekly, 06 May 2016.The UNSW Law Careers Service has been running for a little over six months. In this time, we have had enquiries from both students and employers regarding the legitimacy or otherwise of unpaid internships. Needless to say, debate and controversy surround this issue, particularly since the 'fee for internship' scenario in SA last year (ICYMI, here).
19 Mar 2018
The grad's guide to working in London
OPINION: Stella Kim, Lawyers Weekly, 06 April 2016.London is the motherland of common law, with some of the largest global deals and a true melting pot of cultures. But while law graduates are often attracted to the idea of working in London, they don’t always know where to begin.I have recently accepted a training contract with London firm Slaughter and May. Based on my experiences, there are a range of factors to consider before making the commitment to pursue the role of a London ‘trainee’.
16 Mar 2018
Securing a job in NSW government
If you want to work as a government lawyer there are a number of NSW government departments and agencies that have legal divisions. Most of their lawyers are based in Sydney, unlike federal government roles, which are mainly Canberra-based.Some of the NSW government organisations that have legal teams are: