Chaos in the International Legal Order: The ICJ Strikes Again

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Claire Rapson For those of you who spent International Law asleep, on Facebook or too unnerved by Hitoshi’s relentless bounding around Coombs to pay attention to what he was actually saying, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is the BNOC…

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97 Lonely Nurses Want Boyfriends

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Elizabeth Harris ‘Your hair looks cool today’ – That guy in your Monday tutorial. Very acceptable. ‘I like your dress’ – Tinder guy. Far subtler than ‘DTF?’. ‘You slay me’ – The cashier at Ikea. 10/10. You never forget your…

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Offshore No More

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Kanika Kirpalani It is a strange twist of fate when one’s study of Corporate Law suddenly becomes applicable and vital to understanding the latest Australian Budget. Or perhaps it is a re ection of the now infamous ‘Panama Papers’ and…

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LSS Events: The Revolution that Never Was: Law Ball 2016

Harry MacLaurin It’s the most lavish, resplendent social event on the College of Law calendar. Law Ball.The annual opportunity for students to adorn themselves in their finest attire, to dine over the most exquisite mass-produced two-course cuisine, and be regaled…

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Women in Law Organisation

Mara Lejins, Ruth Parsons, Hannah Cameron and Emily Langford -- Co-founders of WILO   ‘There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women’ - Madeleine Albright The Women in Law Organization (‘WILO’) is a student-run…

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