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30 November 2020

Law School early career researcher wins Australian Legal Research Award

Dr Fady Aoun's winning article examines the history of trade marks registered between the 1800s and 1930s, exposing the representations of marginalised groups in Australia.
27 November 2020

Vale Jim Wolfensohn

Following his passing in New York, the University pays tribute to renowned lawyer, economist, philanthropist and alumnus James Wolfensohn.
19 November 2020

ARC grant success for Sydney Law School researchers

Sydney Law School researchers have secured funding of $383,000 from the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Projects (DP) scheme.
18 November 2020

Is it time for Australians to stop cooking with gas?

It is time for a serious rethink on the way many of us cook and heat our homes, writes Dr Madeline Taylor and Professor Susan Park from the Sydney Environment Institute.
12 November 2020

Sydney Law School connects with local Aboriginal history

Sydney Law School staff and students went on a guided journey of discovery into local Aboriginal history and culture.
12 November 2020

Don't be a HASS-been, HSC leavers

If you are a year 12 student with a preference for humanities, don't change it. Invest in a future where you will be sustained by your passion for your work and where your skills will be valued contributions to the world.
06 November 2020

A lifelong learning commitment and unrivalled further study opportunities

Sydney Law School provides further study opportunities with law scholarships and fast-track postgraduate programs.
06 November 2020

Sydney Law School early career researchers awarded $870K

Sydney Law School academics win prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA).
04 November 2020

Up-and-coming researchers awarded $10m

24 academics have been awarded funding through the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.
29 October 2020

University alumna appointed to highest court in Australia

The Masters of Law graduate, solicitor, barrister and Federal Court judge has been elevated to the highest legal decision-making body in the country.