14 December 2022

Law student interns making a difference in the Pacific

Sydney Health Law hosted three student interns this semester, they have been working in collaboration with the Public Health Division of the Pacific Community.
06 December 2022

Three-year port dispute shows the IR system is full of holes

Australia's industrial relations umpire has delayed industrial action that would have crippled Australia's ports in the lead-up to Christmas. Professor Shae McCrystal explains why the protracted dispute demonstrates urgent need for IR reform.
28 November 2022

New initiative for recycling batteries

Researchers and industry come together to solve battery recycling issues for everyday items such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets and even electric toothbrushes.
28 November 2022

Celebrating 120 years of women in law

In 2022, we celebrate all our innovative law alumnae, notable for their extraordinary professional achievements but also for their efforts to challenge gender stereotypes and progress diversity.
24 November 2022

Academics named Fellows of the Australian Academy of Humanities

University of Sydney academics from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Sydney Law School have been appointed as Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
10 November 2022

Uluru Statement from the Heart wins 21-22 Sydney Peace Prize

A push for First Nations recognition in the Constitution has been awarded Australia's only international prize for peace - the Sydney Peace Prize.
10 November 2022

Sydney academics elected Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences

Five University of Sydney academics have been appointed as Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
09 November 2022

Ruth Bader Ginsburg theatre production is beautifully crafted

Associate Professor Penelope Crossley, from the Law School, reviews a thrilling one woman play about American Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, presented by Sydney Theatre Company.
07 November 2022

Sydney Spotlight with Teela Reid

We speak with proud Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman and our First Nations Lawyer in Residence, Teela Reid about her experience working on the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the importance of mobilising our community to empower First Nations peoples.
04 November 2022

Sydney Law School alumni appointed Senior Counsel in 2022

Congratulations to our Sydney Law School alumni who have been appointed Senior Counsel this year.