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Masters of their universe

Gillian Moon, Faculty of Law, UNSW.Sydney Morning Herald, 27 April 2009, p.10

Success on an international stage for UNSW World Model United Nations delegation

Back from The Hague ...Jessie Ingle (top) andNesha Balasubramanian

UNSW is the only university in the country to send students to a model United Nations event in The Hague, extending their skills in international relations and diplomacy.

For the second year in a row, UNSW students took part in the Harvard World Model United Nations, which involves around 2,500 students from more than 150 universities.

The event gives students the opportunity to test their knowledge of international law and policy and use their diplomatic skills.

The UNSW delegation represented Bangladesh and Colombia on an array of committees tackling issues such as the weaponisation of space and human rights in Tibet.

Cash-flow crisis leaves victims exposed

Professor Dimity Kingsford Smith, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Australian Financial Review, 24 April 2009, p.11

Rudd's hyperbole distorts the truth about people smuggling

Professor Ross Buckley, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Courier Mail, 27 April 2009, p.23

Mental Health 'Audit'

Professor Prue Vines, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Sunday Telegraph (Sydney), 19 April 2009, p.30

Lots of 2020 action, but no republic

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Age, 18 April 2009, p.5

Facebook status: am sick of all the spies

David Vaile, Executive Director, Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Sydney Morning Herald, 18 April 2009, p.8

Blueprint fails to factor in IT

David Vaile, Executive Director, Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Weekend Australian, 18 April 2009, p.12

ABC 666 Canberra

Professor George Williams, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Faculty of Law, UNSW. ABC 666 Canberra, 14 April 2009

Firms get dirt from workers' online chats

David Vaile, Executive Director, Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre, Faculty of Law, UNSW. Illawarra Mercury, 18 April 2009, p.28

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