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Why is Anzac one of Australia's most heavily regulated words?

Dr Catherine Bond spoke to ABC's, The World Today, (11 April 2017) regarding her research on the legal restrictions on the use of the word Anzac through history.

Dr Bond said, “The reports back to Australia on the Gallipoli landing started from about the 8th of May and within about three months after that people had started to use it on products and had started to try to register the word Anzac as a trade mark. The first trademark registration was actually in relation to furniture, and that was in July 1915”.

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Undergraduate Student Welcome 2017

Commencing students of 2017 were addressed by UNSW Law alumna Babette Brophy ...

UNSW Postgraduate Law - Ben Doherty

Ben Doherty - Journalist, The Guardian talks about studying a Master of International Law and International Relations at UNSW. Find out how UNSW Law can further advance your career. Visit law.unsw.edu.au/pg

UNSW JD students share their experiences

Hear from students in the UNSW JD (Juris Doctor) program, the law degree for graduates of disciplines other than law and leads to admission to legal practice. Find out more by visiting http://www.law.unsw.edu.au/jd

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