UTAS was pleased to host Professor Gillian Triggs, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission, as she presented the 2013 Sandy Duncanson Social Justice Lecture at UTAS this week. Watch the lecture here.
Law PhD Candidate, Meg Good, wins Young Acheiver Award.
The Hon. Michael Kirby launches TULS’ Public and Community Sectors Guide
Continuing the legacy of Sandy Duncanson
Funding to run Tasmania’s first animal law conference
Congratulations to Professor Di Nicol
Registration is now open
Professor Warner has been acknowledged with the high honour of the Distinguished Service Medal.
Law postgraduate student, Kate Cashman has won the '3 minute thesis' competion.
The Student Legal Service have stepped in to provide free advice to Tasmanians missing out on basic legal advice. Read the full story.
Professor Berryman will deliver a seminar at the Faculty of Law on the topic: "Stories of Evolution in Specific Performance: A Canadian Tale"
The seminar will take place on from 12PM - 1PM, 16th August 2012.
The Faculy of Law will be hosting a seminar on animal law Monday 18th June, on behalf of Voiceless, the Animal Protection Institute. More info
At 12PM the 2nd of May 2012, Justice Gray will present a staff seminar on the topic: 'Byrnes v Kendle in the High Court'
Two undergraduate law students were recently awarded the Zoe Ewart and John Kable scholarships for 2012.
The Faculty of Law had a busy year with a total of eight books published by the acadmeic staff in 2011.
On 2 May 2011, the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG delivered the inaugural Sandy Duncanson Social Justice Lecture entitled “My Journey with Social Justice”.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Law
14 January, 2013