This developing science is being used as evidence in arguments about defendants’ responsibility and their competence to stand trial.
Our Vis Moot team was the highest ranked Australian team, and received awards for their written memoranda and oral advocacy.
An innocence project at the University of Sydney will combine forensic psychology with legal expertise to investigate claims of wrongful conviction.
Sydney Law School staff make prestigious list of best lawyers in Australia.
Professor David Rolph (BA ’97 LLB ’99, PhD (Law) ’05) is the author of Defamation Law, a book set to become the authoritative work in this field.
Julian Block, described by the late Justice Graham Jill, as 'one of the best tax lawyers I know'.
Two of our staff were successful in the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) funding.
Natasha Naude is the first health law intern under an agreement between the University of Sydney and IDLO to establish a health law internship program.
While studying at the University of Sydney teaches you how the law should be, a stint at the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) teaches you how it really is.
In the last year, many of our alumni have been recognised in honours lists, received awards, and been promoted to eminent positions. Our congratulations to them all.