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Criminology and law researcher Emma Buxton-Namisnyk’s study of domestic violence policing of First Nations women in Australia has been recognised with an Early Career Research Award.
The rise of these micromobility services could help solve some major challenges facing our cities.
UNSW academics are included on Research.com's list of best female scientists in the world, while four female alumni and an academic have been lauded in Sunday Life’s trailblazers issue.
In cases where human rights are abused through the economic activity of a large corporation, signing a waiver of one’s rights in exchange for compensation is often grossly inadequate.
We're at the forefront of many fields of Australian, international and comparative law, initiating research and informing practice. Our strengths are underpinned by three longstanding concerns: social justice, technological transformation, and the global dimensions of legal thought and practice.
Research centres, groups and networks underpin our research success. They address social justice concerns and influence legal and business practice.
Our researchers are driving law reform and policy, and benefiting communities with their thought leadership and advocacy.
Our academics in the School of Global & Public Law explore a range of topics related to the globalisation of law and the two main branches of Australian public law – constitutional and administrative law.
UNSW School of Law, Society and Criminology aims to provide our students with research-driven knowledge and practical skills grounded in justice, interdisciplinarity collaboration and critical thinking.
UNSW School of Private and Commercial Law is home to world-leading experts in the areas of law that govern our commercial dealings with and obligations to each other.