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Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. ABC News 24 (Sydney): Afternoon Live, 27 October 2010

Basin plan gets bogged down in legal wrangling

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Sydney Morning Herald, 27 October 2010, p.6

Court delays mean more jail time for innocent

Professor Julie Stubbs, Faculty of Law, UNSW Sydney Morning Herald, 26 October 2010, p.3

Opinion: When water pours into legal minefields

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Sydney Morning Herald, 26 October 2010, p.13

Record number of UNSW new silks

Congratulations to the seven UNSW Law Alumni who have been appointed Senior Counsel in 2010:

Peter Braham (BA/LLB '94), Richard Cavanagh (BA '80 LLB '82), Andrew Coleman (BA '85 LLB '87) Elizabeth Collins (BA '91 LLB '93), Gregory Curtin (BA/LLB '87), Geoffrey Johnson (BCom/LLB '78) Garry McGrath (BJuris '77 LLB '79).

A full list of 2010 Senior Counsel appointments is available on the NSW Bar Association website at http://www.nswbar.asn.au/ Read Keith Mason's 'view from the inside' of the silk selection process.

Rev Tim Costello to speak on the uses and abuses of law and governance in achieving social justice

Tim Costello has long been the voice of social conscience for many Australians, having led debates on issues such as gambling, urban poverty, homelessness, reconciliation and substance abuse.

On Wednesday 3 November, the Reverend Tim Costello will give a free public lecture on the uses and abuses of law and governance in achieving social justice in a speech titled, 'Rights and law and a whole lot more'.

Tim Costello's address will be the third in the Law, Governance and Social Justice series, a new initiative of UNSW Faculty of Law.

Information on 2011 JD offers

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Hicks set to keep book profits

Dr Andrew Lynch, Faculty of Law, UNSW Australian, 20 October 2010, p.7

Success for UNSW in AAT National Moot

Congratulations to Matthew Cobb-Clark, Smriti Arora and Jason Qian for their grand final win in the 2010 AAT National Mooting Competition!

The competition consists of five knockout rounds, held at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in Sydney, and judged by Members, Senior Members, Deputy Presidents, and the President of the AAT. From August to October 2010, UNSW sent three teams, each comprising two advocates and one researcher, to compete in the state and national rounds of the competition.

ABC Western Plains NSW (Dubbo): Mornings

Emeritus Professor Hal Wootten, Faculty of Law, UNSW ABC Western Plains NSW (Dubbo): Mornings, 15 October 2010

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