Discover the latest law news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Banks make millions in delaying interest rate cuts
Wed 05 Oct 2016
When the cash rate increases, lending rates shoot up like rockets, but when the opposite occurs they go down like feathers.
What chances do third parties have in 2016?
Thu 29 Sep 2016
PhD candidate Bryan Cranston discusses minor parties in the US election
Australia's stance on nuclear deterrance
Fri 26 Aug 2016
PhD candidate Dimity Hawkins and Senior Lecturer Julie Kimber discuss nuclear forces.
Fast track to legal practice
Thu 28 Jul 2016
Swinburne Law School seeks accreditation to speed its LLB graduates directly into the profession.
Book launch: The untold story of Lemnos
Tue 26 Jul 2016
Roger Hawthorn’s passion for ancient history led him to write a book about the Greek Island Lemnos.
Book Launch: The untold story of Lemnos
Thu 21 Jul 2016
Swinburne Law School to re-launch Legal History
Mon 16 May 2016
Swinburne Law School will host the academic journal Legal History
Feathers, rockets and fair prices
Thu 12 May 2016
Professor Abbas Valadkhani highlights the irregular pricing movements in everyday living costs.
Confusion over Google’s paid services
Some people are still confused over what is paid or sponsored content in a typical Google search.
Our future as an innovation nation
Mon 11 Apr 2016
The success of Australia's primary industries could provide a pathway to a new incarnation.