The Faculty of Law is celebrating the appointment of Professor Kate Warner, AM, as the first female Governor of Tasmania.
The University of Tasmania is celebrating the presentation of the 2015 Rhodes Scholarship for Tasmania to Law and Economics graduate, Rebecca Byrnes.
The University of Tasmania's ANIMAL (Australian New Zealand Intervarsity Moot on Animal Law) Moot Team reached the Grand Final of Australia's first national animal law moot competition.
Law Professor Kate Warner has been shortlisted for the Australian of the Year Awar.
A scholarship is available to mature age students entering the third year of Law.
UTAS Law Team 2nd in Castan Centre Human Rights Law Mooting Competition
Dr Lawrence's new book Justice for Future Generations examines what ethical obligations current generations have towards future generation.
Young legal studies students packed the University's Stanley Burbury Theatre recently for the annual Lawfest event, which had the theme of "Limitations of Law."
Leaders from the University PASS program have been recognised for their excellent contribution to student learning.
The University's Faculty of Law recently held an international workshop on the regulation of personalised medicine and genetic technologies.
The Faculty of Law in collaboration with National Environmental Law Association are hosting Frontiers in Environmental Law Colloquium.
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 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.