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18 February 2021

What experts think of Facebook's news ban

Facebook has banned the sharing of news content in Australia. University of Sydney experts in computer science, media, business and health comment on the implications of the decision.  
16 February 2021

The impact of the digital economy on the way we work

In the lead up to World Day of Social Justice, Sydney Law School’s Professor Shae McCrystal talks about the way the digital economy has radically changed the way we work.
15 February 2021

Top 5 reasons to study a Master of Laws

The Master of Laws will equip you with the knowledge to excel, flexibility, networking opportunities and the ability to work on a global stage, along with skills to stand out in the competitive legal landscape.
12 February 2021

Mr Morrison, please enshrine our climate targets in law

Australia is on track to create carbon reduction targets that are on par with other nations. Yet history proves this won't happen without an enforcement mechanism, writes Professor Tim Stephens from Sydney Law School.
02 February 2021

How universities will contribute to the major events of 2021

University of Sydney Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Duncan Ivison discusses how universities will contribute to the major themes of 2021 - from COVID to climate.
01 February 2021

Push for change to elder abuse laws to prevent false claims

Australian legislators should consider relaxing guardianship and power-of-attorney laws, argues Dr Ben Chen. This would likely result in fewer unjust claims against family guardians and attorneys.
19 January 2021

Esteemed professor retires after 19 years of service

Professor Helen Irving retired from the University of Sydney on 31 December 2020 after 19 years of service at Sydney Law School, including 11 years of that time as a Professor.