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27 Nov 2020

Sarah Gough receives Ashurst Rod Bush Memorial Scholarship

Fourth year Bachelor of Justice/ Bachelor of Laws (Honours) student Sarah Gough is the recipient of the 2020 Ashurst Rod Bush Memorial Scholarship. 

23 Nov 2020

W A Lee Equity Lecture 2020: Credit and Unconscionability – The Rise and Fall of Statutes

The Honourable Justice Peter Applegarth AM recently delivered the 2020 W A Lee Equity Lecture on the topic ‘Credit and Unconscionability – The Rise and Fall of Statutes.’

17 Nov 2020

ARC Discovery and Linkage Project funding announced

The Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan has announced the outcomes for the Australian Research Council Linkage Projects for funding starting 2020 and Discovery Projects for funding starting in 2021.

18 Nov 2020

Copyright Law and the Creative Industries Symposium

The recent 'Copyright Law and Creative Industries Symposium' brought together legal scholars, policy-makers, practitioners, creative artists, and new media and digital technologies theorists to consider the origins of copyright law, policy and practice.

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