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12 August 2022

Alumna off to The Hague for coveted Judicial Fellowship Programme

Sydney Law School alumna, Christie Wilson, has been accepted into the prestigious Judicial Fellowship Programme at the International Court of Justice in Netherlands.
09 August 2022

How brain-monitoring tech advances could change the law

A world-first report from Dr Allan McCay in the Law School scrutinises advances in neurotechnology and what they might mean for the law and the legal profession.

27 July 2022

Sydney Law School alumnus tops LLM at Cambridge

Meet Eric Shi. Sydney Law School alumnus with an outstanding list of achievements to his name. Most recently, being ranked first in the Master of Laws at the University of Cambridge.
18 July 2022

Bachelor of Laws student wins prestigious Wentworth Medal

Sydney Law School student Janek Drevikovsky won the 2021 Wentworth Medal, a significant prize open to students across the University.
14 July 2022

Scholarship paves the way for alumnus to study BCL at Oxford

The Justice Peter Hely Scholarship has paved the way for Sydney Law School graduate, Alexander Jackman, to study the world-renowned Bachelor of Civil Law at Oxford University.
08 July 2022

120 years of educating women leaders at Sydney Law School

In 1902 Ada Evans was the first female to graduate with a Bachelor of Laws in Australia. This historical milestone has paved an empowering pathway for future women of law.
22 June 2022

University community recognised with Queen's Birthday Honours

The University of Sydney congratulates our impressive alumni and staff who have been acknowledged in the Queen's Birthday 2022 Honours List.

21 June 2022

Is your insurance company watching you online and is it legal?

New research by Dr Zofia Bednarz has found insurers, using new AI and other models, may be able to collect your online data, and apart from anti-discrimination laws, there are no effective constraints on them using that data to price contracts.
20 June 2022

Trailblazing woman of law: from university medallist to president

Justice Julie Ward graduated from Sydney Law School with the University Medal in Law. Today she is the President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal.
09 June 2022

Sydney 41st in world in QS rankings

The University of Sydney continues to perform strongly in the highly regarded QS World University Rankings, ranking 41st in the world.