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SBS Ethnic Radio Melbourne: World View

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. SBS Ethnic Radio Melbourne: World View, 17 March 2010

2CC Canberra: Drive

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. 2CC Canberra: Drive, 15 March 2011

ABC 666 CAnberra: 16:00 News

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. ABC 666 Canberra: 16:00 News, 16 March 2011

Opionion: Nothing to fear but timidity in Brown's Bill

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Sydney Morning Herald, 15 March 2011, p.13

ABC 666 Canberra: Morning

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. ABC 666 Canberra: Morning, 9 March 2011

Opinion: Big Four enjoy our support and deserve a super profits tax

Professor Ross Buckley, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Canberra Times, 10 March 2011, p.19

2011 JD Information Sessions

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UNSW Law celebrates 40 years with 10,000 graduates

UNSW Law celebrates 40 years with 10,000 graduates

UNSW Law School celebrated its 10,000th graduate at yesterday's graduation ceremony, a significant achievement in only its 40th year.

Congratulating the students on their achievements, Professor Dixon spoke of the model UNSW Law graduate.

"Our law graduates see beyond the letter of the law. They understand how law impacts society and appreciate that a lawyer's duty is to provide services to the whole community," he said.

"This is a distinctive strength of our graduates people who are equally prepared to work for a large commercial firm, in a community legal centre or an international legal organisation."

Associate Professor Megan Davis spoke of the power of education on International Women's Day

A mother's determination and the power of education had a profound effect on Associate Professor Megan Davis, Director of the Indigenous Law Centre in the Faculty of Law at UNSW.

Speaking at the International Women's Day Breakfast at Kincoppal, Rose Bay on 8 March, Megan told students, their mothers and teachers about her upbringing in a small housing commission home in the outskirts of Brisbane. She said that it was her own mother's determination that her children received a good education that laid the foundations for Megan's love of reading and a future career in academia.

Megan is now a leading scholar on Indigenous legal rights and international law and the first Australian Indigenous woman elected to UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

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