The Law Faculty is celebrating two high-achieving young scholars.
Migration advice is a fast-growing area for the Student Legal Service, a free service run by senior students at the Faculty of Law.
The 2014 QS World University Rankings by Subject have been released and the UTAS Faculty of Law has been included in the prestigious list of the top 200 Law Schools worldwide.
The Faculty of Law offered an elective in animal law for the first time over the 2014 summer semester. The ABC's Stateline report featured the new unit, watch the story.
The Faculty of Law warmly congratulates the UTAS Jessup moot team on their success at the Australian Round held in Canberra from 4-8 February.
Prof Warner has been awarded an order of Australia for significant service to the law, particularly in the areas of legal education and reform and to the community. Read the full article from the Mercury online.
The Tasmania Law Reform Institute, based at UTAS Faculty of Law, has released a research paper on the legal issues relating to same-sex marriage.
Congratulations to our high achievers!
The Faculty of Law in collaboration with Menzies are conducting two online surveys to gather public opinion about the possibility of a Tasmanian biobank. Fill it out now: www.tasbiobankproject.com, and be entered into the draw to win a $500 visa giftcard! Surveys close 22nd August.
The Faculty is now offering a new HECS-free winter semester intensive unit.
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.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Law
14 January, 2013