Melbourne Law School

University researcher takes on International Red Cross directorship

June 14 / 139

Melbourne Law School Senior Fellow Helen Durham has been appointed Director of International Law and Policy at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Geneva.

Vietnam Ministry of Justice recognises Melbourne Law School

April 14 / 134

The Melbourne Law School and Professor Pip Nicholson, Director, Asian Law Centre, have been recognised by Vietnam’s Ministry of Justice for their services to law reform in Vietnam.

Guest Column with Antje Missbach

April 14 / 132

Asylum seekers stuck in transit: do we protect borders or people? 

An Honour for Governor-General Quentin Bryce

March 13 / 106

The University  presented Governor-General, Ms Quentin Bryce AC  with an honorary Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) at a conferring on 16 March.

Celebrating 110 years of women in law

March 13 / 105

A new joint research project is uncovering the stories of Australia’s pioneering women lawyers in their own words. University of Melbourne and  Australian National University researchers will interview the trailblazing women of the legal profession who followed in the footsteps of the first woman to practise law in Australia, Grata Flos Matilda Greig (aka Flos).

Debating success on the international stage

February 13 / 104

Three members of the Melbourne University Debating Society (MUDS) have had great success at this year’s Berlin World University Debating Championships.

Would you like LawSauce with that?

February 13 / 103

Melbourne Law School Research Skills Adviser Natalie Wieland has collaborated with colleagues at Oxford University to create an App to help find online legal resources.

University Law students shine in moot competition

February 13 / 103

Melbourne Law student Doug Porteous has been awarded  Best Oralist for the Australian Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Canberra last weekend.

Melbourne Law student awarded prestigious Boston Consulting Group Scholarship

July 12 / 91

Glyn Ayres, a Juris Doctor student at the Melbourne Law School, is one of only two tertiary students across Australia and New Zealand to share in the $30,000 Boston Consulting Group (BCG) 2012 scholarship.

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