Opinion: Al-Kateb v Godwin

Posted on May 7, 2016 Under All, Opinion 2 Comments

-Philip Matthews Earlier today, I was sitting in an Australian Public Law lecture trying to think of a compelling topic to write about when something caught my attention (which has become an increasingly rare occurrence throughout a semester of APL…

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My Exchange

-Judy Zhao I’m currently on exchange at the University of Nottingham in the UK, using up 4 of my law electives to study European Union Law, Corporate Insolvency, Child Law and Criminal Justice on a pass/fail basis. There is a…

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LAWS0000: Foundations of First Year Law

-Casley Rowan After a year of struggling to reach that elusive enter score, of living out of a backpack or of making more coffees and serving more pizzas than we ever thought we would, the first year Law class of…

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Opportunities: Commonwealth Youth Forum, Malta

- Carys Atkinson What is the Commonwealth? Who are these nations and what are they doing? Are they just a bunch of countries that get together and put on a poor man’s Olympics? While the answer to that is technically…

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