From Hobart to The Hague
Matias Thomsen has used his law degree to help prosecute war criminals.
Law student Sam Wilson shares his winter internship experience in Cape Cod.
Grace Williams’ Loving Law podcast series features scholars and students at the Law School.
Care provided by the Riawunna Centre helped smooth the road ahead for this award-winning indigenous lawyer.
The opportunity of a lifetime to explore human rights and international relations in Asia with the New Colombo Plan Scholarship.
From supporting the United Nations Development Programme and International Criminal Court to attending the Bangkok Climate Change Conference, it's been a productive year for Law students.
Find out how Faculty of Law students punched well above their weight as contenders in world's largest moot court competition.
At the University of Tasmania's Centre for Law and Genetics, experts in their respective fields work together to untangle the ethical, social and legal implications of genetic discoveries and technologies.
How Dr Kate Cashman built a career from the “two parts of her personality.”
A focus on practical learning means studying is never boring for Law student Daniella Phillips.
With great leaps forward in biotechnology come complex ethical dilemmas. Here’s how researchers plan on solving them.
International humanitarian law expert Professor Tim McCormack has returned to Tasmania to take up a position as the new Dean of Law.
International student Gina Goh is the recipient of the Malaysia Law Scholarship.
Open Day is just around the corner!
"The most exciting thing in conservation in the last 15 to 20 years has been the rise of private conservation." – Professor Ted Lefroy, Director of the Centre for the Environment.