Students and staff from the University of Sydney Law School recently collaborated with the NSW Police Force to put their knowledge of evidence law into practice.
Congratulations to all of our alumni represented in the 2016 Queen’s Birthday and Australia Day honours.
Congratulations to Nina Ubaldi and Adam Fovent, who were honoured in the 2016 University of Sydney Alumni Achievement Awards on 19 April 2016.
The Sydney Law School Pathways Program with universities in Oxford and Cambridge offers high-achieving students the opportunity to undertake the final semester of their degree in Oxford or Cambridge.
This October Sydney Law School student Catherine Qu will journey to London to participate in the exclusive International Bar Association Internship.
The world’s only legal education incubator is breaking down geographical and intellectual barriers to innovate the future of law and business.
Australia’s Ambassador to Japan, Bruce Miller, is optimistic about a future built on shared interests.
On 5 May 2016, Sydney Law School held its annual prize giving ceremony to honour our outstanding students. We are very grateful to all prize and scholarship donors, and for the invaluable support of the law community.
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.