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Insight – Australia WTO paper dispute: impact on new EU antidumping methodology

OPINION: Dr Weihuan Zhou and Stéphanie Noël, Borderlex, 7 September 2017.

On 1 September 2017, Indonesia brought a dispute to the World Trade Organization over Australia’s anti-dumping measures on A4 copy paper. The implications of a ruling in this case will go far beyond the case at hand and may impact, in the long-term, the anti-dumping practice of the European Union.

The twisted politics of terrorism in Myanmar

Opinion: Melissa Crouch, the Interpreter, 12 September 2017.

Academic of the Year - Michael Legg

Friday 1 September marked the 17th annual Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards, the premier legal industry event of the year.

ADB Program To Improve Commercial Law Skills

On 29 August 2017, UNSW Law hosted the graduation ceremony in Yangon for 36 lawyers who completed the UNSW/ADB Professional Legal Education in Commercial and Corporate Law Training Program.

The training program was designed and run by a team at UNSW Law led by Dr Melissa Crouch. The intensive training course ran from April to July 2017 and included training on contract law, company law, joint ventures, mergers & acquisitions, and environmental law.

The program is designed to support the emerging commercial legal profession in Myanmar. The graduation featured on MiTV (Myanmar television); 

'Legally dubious': Why you shouldn't bet on the postal vote going ahead

OPINION: Professor George Williams AO, the Sydney Morning Herald, 4 September 2017.

Australians are primed to vote on whether to recognise same-sex marriage. Survey forms will be sent to 16 million people from next week, and campaigning has begun in earnest. Despite this, the High Court may bring the postal survey to an immediate halt. This would be a first, with no other national poll stopped in its tracks in this way. But then again, no past government has sought to hold a national vote in such legally dubious circumstances.

Professor George Williams addresses National Press Club

Constitutional law expert George Williams has given a frank assessment of the government's High Court prospects on dual citizenship and the same-sex marriage postal vote.

Watch the full address here.

Below is a transcript of Professor Williams' National Press Club address:

The Constitution is not normally front-page news in Australia. Despite the profound impact it has on our politics and society, it is easy to see why.

Meet the lead for UNSW's latest Grand Challenge, Living with 21st Century Technology

Law academic Lyria Bennett Moses is leading UNSW's fourth Grand Challenge, which will tackle the pace of technological development.

Associate Professor Lyria Bennett Moses from UNSW Law has been chosen to lead the fourth Grand Challenge, Living with 21st Century Technology.

UNSW joins international FinTech research team

Against a backdrop of rapid technological innovation and disruption, an international research collaboration is researching the impact of technology on financial institutions and their regulation.

UNSW Scientia Professor Ross Buckley has joined forces with law professors from Europe and Hong Kong to cooperate in researching the law and regulation of financial technology (FinTech).

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