Thought leadership | 29 Mar 2019
UNSW conference will explore how business is stepping up on human rights
Industry leaders and global human rights activists will discuss technology, diversity, modern slavery and Indigenous rights at the Innovate Rights 2019 event.
22 Oct 2018
UNSW Law climbs to 23rd in latest THE World Subject Rankings
UNSW Law is ranked the first law school in NSW and second in Australia in the Times Higher Education (THE) World Subject Rankings 2019.
30 Oct 2017
The High Court sticks to the letter of the law on the ‘citizenship seven’
OPINION: Associate Professor Gabrielle Appleby, The Conversation, 27 October 2017.
27 Oct 2017
Malcolm Turnbull’s announcement misunderstands Uluru, and should be rejected
OPINION: Associate Professor Gabrielle Appleby, Inside Story, 27 October 2017.
20 Oct 2017
2017 UNSW Law Alumni Spring Drinks
Last week UNSW Law alumni gathered at The Lobby Bar in Sydney to reconnect with old friends, network and hear the latest from UNSW Law at the annual Alumni Spring Drinks. Hosted by Dean Professor George Williams, the evening included an address from recently appointed Law Alumni Committee President, Pavithra Vigneswaran (BCom/LLB '12), and Dr Gabrielle Appleby, Associate Dean (International and External Engagement) at UNSW Law.
20 Oct 2017
Strengthening our commitment to China and the region
UNSW Law’s China International Business & Economic Law (CIBEL) Initiative travelled to Beijing last month to further drive collaboration and strengthen the Faculty’s commitment to China and the region.
08 Sep 2017
High Court dismisses challenge, so Australia is off to the (postal) polls on same-sex marriage
OPINION: Associate Professor Gabrielle Appleby, The Conversation, 7 September 2017.
18 Aug 2017
Let’s see the Solicitor-General’s advice on Barnaby Joyce's section 44 fate
OPINION: Associate Professor Gabrielle Appleby, The Australian Financial Review, 18 August 2017. The Prime Minister and the Attorney-General are confident Barnaby Joyce will be found safe from the scalping blades of section 44 of the Constitution; so confident, he will continue to hold office as Deputy Prime Minister and retain his seat in Cabinet.