Achievement | 12 Feb 2020
Online legal startup pitches onto global stage
A dispute resolution software startup has won an entrepreneur shark tank competition promoting tech innovation within the legal industry.
Research | 11 Feb 2020
A whole-of-government approach could address reoffending and reimprisonment
A UNSW Law report is a clear call to action for the NSW Government and relevant departments and agencies to ensure people are adequately supported in their transition from prison to the community.
Achievement | 06 Feb 2020
Professor Martin Krygier appointed a Member of the Order of Australia
Gordon Samuels Professor of Law and Social Theory Martin Krygier has been recognised for his significant service to legal education and to professional associations.
Thought leadership | 04 Feb 2020
Does the Religious Discrimination Bill go too far?
Scientia Professor George Williams, Dean of UNSW Law, says Australia should have religious protection, but this bill oversteps the mark.
Thought leadership | 30 Jan 2020
Impeachment of a US president: how does that work?
From Mitch McConnell to milk, here's a breakdown of the impeachment process.
Opinion | Thought leadership | 30 Jan 2020
US-China phase one trade deal: what does it mean?
While phase one of the US-China trade deal will curb tensions, more work is needed to provide predictability and protection to the world economic order.
Achievement | 28 Jan 2020
Australia Day list honours UNSW leaders
Trailblazing UNSW Sydney academics join distinguished alumni and friends on the 2020 Australia Day honours list.
Opinion | Thought leadership | 28 Jan 2020
'What Australia Day means to me'
UNSW Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Professor Megan Davis says the Uluru Statement from the Heart provides a roadmap to resolving the heated Australia Day debate.