UNSW Law & Justice marks an important milestone in 2021. For the last 50 years, the faculty – built on a steadfast commitment to excellence, intellectual ambition and pursuit of social justice – has been producing some of the best law graduates in Australia and around the world.
Our 50th year sees a refreshed name for the faculty, the addition of criminology to our programs and marks a time to reflect on our achievements and those of the faculty’s graduates. Importantly, it is a time to celebrate with the community that has helped the faculty carve a place in Australia’s legal history.
Jennifer Robinson reflects on the late Professor Hal Wootten's legacy and the role of law in protecting human rights, addressing the climate crisis and contributing to progressive social change.
Our esteemed panelists will discuss laws that should apply to big tech and big tech’s willingness to comply. The conversation will focus on a broad variety of recent incidents and emerging issues, from misleading conduct to calls for greater regulation.
The Mason Conversation 2021 features Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC in conversation with Professor Rosalind Dixon, Director, G+T Centre of Public Law, UNSW Sydney.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are advised that the following photo gallery may contain images and voices of people who have died.
Photo acknowledgement: Many of the photos in our photo gallery have been supplied by UNSW Archives.