Research | Thought leadership | 30 Apr 2019
UNSW Sydney Law launches new speaker series
A new UNSW Law speaker series will explore the complex and ubiquitous issues of international trade law and give insights into how it penetrates our lives from travel and leisure to public safety and security.
29 Aug 2018
UNSW researcher in international heritage law weighs in on monument-removal controversy
A UNSW researcher in international heritage law has weighed into the monument-removal controversy, suggesting that monuments of James Cook and confederate statues in the US not be removed.
20 Oct 2017
UNSW Law academics help launch million-dollar grant on the oceans
Our oceans are a global matter of concern. Established protocols of governance are inadequate to deal with the complex set of challenges we are facing today, from habitat devastation to the multitude of effects attributable to climate change. UNSW Law’s Scientia Professor Rosemary Rayfuse and Associate Professor Lucas Lixinski are the only law partners involved in a multidisciplinary three-year project investigating themes around ocean governance - Representations, Resources and Regulatory Governance of the Oceans or ‘3ROceans’.
09 Aug 2017
A global perspective
UNSW Law partners with several overseas institutions to offer students exciting opportunities to add international experience and legal knowledge to their law degrees. Last month more than 100 UNSW Law students participated in overseas electives in New York, Santiago and Shanghai.