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UNSW joins world’s largest study of migration

The Migrant Worker Justice Initiative is participating in a project examining the rights of migrant workers in developing countries.

UNSW Law academics involved in groundbreaking report on class action proceedings

The Australian Law Reform Commission report looked into concerns that lawyer and funder profits were being prioritised over claimants’ interests.

Banks given a decade of work to change their culture and governance

Some of the big hits failed to materialise, but the banking royal commission final report still lays out serious challenges for the industry, say experts from the UNSW Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation.

OPINION The question we are all asking: how will the royal commission report bring fairness to financial services?

There are five key areas where the imminent financial services royal commission final report can propose change to protect consumers from the abuses endemic in these industries.

UNSW and Hong Kong University launch new masters Pathways Program

The program will strengthen research and joint education initiatives between the two Law Schools.

Associate Professor Heng Wang talks Central Bank Digital Currency

Professor Heng Wang, from the Faculty of Law discusses Central Bank Digital Currency, China business and economic law.

UNSW Law student participates in 2018 Intercollegiate Negotiations Competition

John Lidbetter was a part of Team Australia who won the mooting competition in Japan.

OPINION Migrant grandparents to fill childcare gap, but at what cost?

The new visa allowing migrant parents to bring their own parents to Australia to provide childcare support has dangers for families, write Angela Kintominas and Myra Hamilton.

Nura Gili’s 2018 Indigenous Prep Program a big success

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students get a taste of life at UNSW Sydney during an intensive three-and-a-half week residential program

OPINION ACCC wants to curb digital platform power – but enforcement is tricky

The ACCC would like closer scrutiny of digital platforms such as Facebook and Google – in particular with regards to user privacy, market power and operational algorithms.

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