14 September 2023

Five Sydney researchers announced as 2023 Young Tall Poppy award winners

Five early career researchers from the University of Sydney have been honoured as recipients of the 2023 NSW Young Tall Poppy Awards, recognising their contributions to the future of STEM.
31 August 2023

Call for submissions: Kim Santow Law and Social Justice Essay Prize

Sydney Law School is pleased to announce the second annual Kim Santow Law and Social Justice Essay Prize.
30 August 2023

What you need to know about the 14 October Voice referendum

Amid the political debate, the logistics of the referendum has received less attention. Constitutional law expert Professor Emerita Anne Twomey breaks down what to expect on the day and afterwards.
28 August 2023

Early career researchers awarded $5.1m funding

The University of Sydney has received funding for 12 research projects through the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.
25 August 2023

Inaugural George Flannery Visiting Fellow leaves her mark

Associate Professor Ashwini Vasanthakumar was Sydney Law School's inaugural George Flannery Visiting Fellow, recently finishing her tenure in the role. Ashwini is a Queen's National Scholar in Legal and Political Philosophy at Queen's Law School in Canada. We caught up with Ashwini regarding her time at the Sydney Law School.
14 August 2023

Proposed Voice to Parliament already more detailed than most of the constitution

Professor Simon Rice from the Sydney Law School argues a perceived lack of detail in the Voice proposal is not a reason to vote 'no'.
11 August 2023

Five degrees later: Overcoming obstacles through scholarships

Through sheer grit, and with the support of scholarships, Diane Tippett put herself through five university degrees. Now, the 2022 Wentworth Medal winner is a sessional academic and is a qualified NSW Supreme Court solicitor.
11 August 2023

From Mizoram to the Sydney Law School

Vered Lalrinpuii's journey from the hills of Mizoram, India, to pursuing a legal education at the Sydney Law School is a testament to her determination, passion for social good, and commitment to empowering her community.
24 July 2023

Sydney Spotlight with Professor Tim Stephens

We talk to Professor Tim Stephens, Professor of International Law, who has recently been appointed to the List of Arbitrators under the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty by the Attorney General.
19 July 2023

What the ruling against neurosurgeon Charlie Teo means

After years of controversy around his willingness to perform high-risk surgeries, neurosurgeon Charlie Teo is now subject to practice restrictions under health practitioner law. Sydney Law School academic Christopher Rudge explains what this means.