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31 July 2018

AGL and undergraduates partner for new perspective

Six undergraduate student projects explored what our electricity grid might look like in the future and what the lifestyle and wider social implications will be for the choices we make.
25 July 2018

Exploring good governance in multilingual societies

A passion for linguistics, law and China studies attracted Dr Alexandra Grey to Sydney Law School’s multidisciplinary postdoctoral fellowship.
20 July 2018

Conference raises visibility of challenges for queer Indigenous community

The Queer(y)ing Justice in the Global South conference brought together researchers, community members, and organisations working at the intersections of sexuality, gender diversity and justice.
17 July 2018

6 ways politics "trumps" health in America

The Trump Administration has shown time and time again that public health takes a backseat to political promises, writes public health law experts Professor Lawrence Gostin and Professor Roger Magnusson.
12 June 2018

University of Sydney community honoured in Queen's Birthday list

Members of the University of Sydney community have been acknowledged for their influence on Australian society in the Queen's Birthday 2018 Honours List.
05 June 2018

Outstanding students recognised at 2018 Prize Ceremony

Sydney Law School held its annual Prize Giving Ceremony on 31 May 2018 to celebrate the academic achievements of its students.
04 June 2018

How students are teaching Westpac about artificial intelligence

Seven small teams of students are preparing to present ideas about how artificial intelligence can be used to modernise banking to Westpac, as part of the University's new Industry and Community Projects Units.
23 May 2018

Student and alumni named winners in 30 Under 30 Awards

A Master of Laws student and five alumni were announced as winners in the 2018 Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards.

22 May 2018

Graduate wins 2018 Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Alumnus Alex Horne has been awarded a prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship to undertake PhD studies at the University of Cambridge.
17 May 2018

30 industry and community partners now offering student projects

The University of Sydney's industry and community project units will expand in Semester 2, giving students even greater opportunity to work on authentic, real-world problems set out by 30 leading industry, community and government organisations.
16 May 2018

Sydney Law School alumnus named 2018 Alumni of the Year

Congratulations to Sydney Law School alumnus Dr Laode Syarif who was named 2018 Alumni of the Year at a recent Australia Awards gala event in Indonesia.
11 May 2018

Does banking attract cheats or make them?

The Banking Royal Commission has exposed a culture of dishonesty that demands reform, writes Professor David Kinley from Sydney Law School. Will changing corporate culture change the morals of the finance industry or threaten its viability?
10 May 2018

Dual citizenship crisis sounds a stern warning for future MPs

Ignorance is no excuse for parliamentarians holding dual citizenship, writes Professor Anne Twomey from Sydney Law School. What are the ramifications of the High Court ruling on the Katy Gallagher case? Can the dual citizenship crisis be fixed?
08 May 2018

Law students represent Australia at global innovation program

Bachelor of Laws students Olivia Grivas and Brent Liang headed to Miami last month to present at the final event of international legal innovation program, LawWithoutWalls (LWOW).
01 May 2018

Awards to honour recent graduates

Sydney Law School is pleased to announce that two recent graduates have been recognised in the 2018 Alumni Awards as Graduate Medal finalists.

24 April 2018

How #MeToo has created a safe space for women

The #MeToo movement has put male privilege on notice. A student and a graduate discuss the mechanics of social change and their experience of the movement.
17 April 2018

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is back

Read Professor Luke Nottage's submission to the Australian Parliamentary Inquiry.
03 April 2018

iWitnessed app launched by memory experts, police, QC

A unique app available for download in Australia should assist witnesses and victims of one-off events and ongoing occurrences make mobile records in a way that can help with convictions and prevent miscarriages of justice.
23 March 2018

Everything you need to know about daylight saving

Daylight saving is a ritual observed by over 40 percent of the world, but why do we change our clocks and how does it impact your sleep? University of Sydney experts explain.
15 March 2018

University welcomes future research leaders

After an international call, the University of Sydney has appointed 10 high-achieving postdoctoral researchers to its flagship external fellowship scheme.