Theoretical Advances and Problems in the Sociology of Punishment

Theoretical Advances and Problems in the Sociology of Punishment In-person event This seminar, delivered by Sydney Law School visiting Fellow, Professor David Garland (New York University) explores the theoretical advances and problems in the sociology of punishment. The last twenty years have seen a remarkable increase in “punishment and society” scholarship. Together with this quantitative …

Climate change – adaptation – resilience – Sydney Law School has a Plan!

Climate change – adaptation – resilience – Sydney Law School has a Plan! In-person event An event to mark World Disaster Day 2022 Book launch and art exhibition: Professor Mary Crock Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC, Governor of NSW, will launch Professor Mary Crock’s (Sydney Law School) first illustrated children’s book and …

Book launch: China and the International E-commerce and Digital Trade Law

Book launch: China and the International E-commerce and Digital Trade Law THIS EVENT IS BEING HELD ONLINE AND IN-PERSON AT SYDNEY LAW SCHOOL. The University of Sydney Law School is delighted to invite you to the launch of China and the International E-commerce and Digital Trade Law by Associate Professor Jie (Jeanne) Huang, Sydney Law School. The …

In Conversation: Charity Law Journeys

In Conversation: Charity Law Journeys   Presented by the Charity Law Association of Australia and New Zealand (CLAANZ) and Sydney Law School, this seminar brings together four experts in charity law to discuss their career journeys. Moderated by Dr Natalie Silver, Sydney Law School, the panel comprises: Sari Baird, General Counsel and Company Secretary of …

Celebrating 45 years of inspirational teaching

Celebrating 45 years of inspirational teaching ** Limited places available** In-person event The University of Sydney Law School and the Law Extension Committee invite you to a special event to celebrate the valuable contribution Mr Ross Anderson has made to the legal profession and tertiary education throughout his 45-year career at the University of Sydney. …

Underutilisation of ADR in ISDS: Resolving Treaty Interpretation Issues

Underutilisation of ADR in ISDS: Resolving Treaty Interpretation Issues Online event Over the years, it has become evident that arbitration is the favoured dispute resolution mechanism over conciliation/mediation in investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). This is due to the benefits of arbitration (binding process with final, enforceable award) over the shortcomings of conciliation/mediation (non-binding process with …

Repatriating Cultural Heritage: Conflict of Laws, Archaeology, and Indigenous Studies

Repatriating Cultural Heritage: Conflict of Laws, Archaeology, and Indigenous Studies From the intersection of conflict of laws, archaeology, and indigenous studies, this multidisciplinary webinar will explore legal and practical challenges and solutions in repatriating cultural heritage in Australia, China, the EU, and the USA. Examples include an Australian repatriation project with the Anindilyakwa Land Council …

Book launch and in conversation with Professor Wojciech Sadurski

Book launch and in conversation with Professor Wojciech Sadurski In-person event The University of Sydney Law School is delighted to invite you to the launch of A Pandemic of Populists by Professor Wojciech Sadurski, Challis Chair in Jurisprudence, Sydney Law School. The book will be launched by Professor Simon Bronitt, Dean of Sydney Law School, …

Register your interest: Youth Crime and Youth Justice Forum

Youth Crime and Youth Justice Forum The Forum will bring together key stakeholders working to prevent youth crime and to administer the various aspects of youth justice. Presenters will discuss latest trends, research and policies in these areas and will showcase some of the relevant work across the University of Sydney. While the final program …

JSI Seminar: Children, families, and immigration enforcement

JSI Seminar: Children, families, and immigration enforcement Speaker: Associate Professor Matthew Lister, Bond University What might otherwise seem like straight-forward instances of immigration enforcement can give rise to both practical and moral complications when the objects of the enforcement measures are children and/or have close family ties to citizens or legal permanent residents. In the …