Discover the latest law news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Reddit tackles 'revenge porn' and celebrity nudes
Fri 27 Feb 2015
Swinburne PhD candidate Emily van der Nagel discusses Reddit's latest policy changes, aimed at preventing unauthorized images appearing on its website.
Good sleep gets harder as we age, but mindfulness could help
Thu 26 Feb 2015
Being mindful of the present moment can help older adults with sleeping difficulties improve their sleep.
Chief Justice to launch Swinburne Law School
Mon 23 Feb 2015
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria will launch the new Swinburne Law School.
How much will Australia's metadata retention plan really cost?
Thu 19 Feb 2015
Swinburne's Philip Branch says there are still questions to be answered on what metadata is to be kept from internet connections.
High achieving students receive offers to study law at Swinburne Law School
Mon 19 Jan 2015
Swinburne Law School is expecting its first intake of students with offers going out to high achieving students.
Why cash and copyright are bad news for creativity
Tue 06 Jan 2015
Swinburne Law School Dean Professor Dan Hunter examines copyright law and creativity.
Blocking piracy websites is bad for Australia's digital future
Tue 25 Nov 2014
Rumours are flying that legislation will be introduced before Christmas aimed at blocking certain websites.
Australia's newest law school ready for students in 2015
Mon 24 Nov 2014
Australia's newest law school will focus on commercial law and intellectual property.
Turnbull outlines the plans for new laws on metadata retention
Fri 31 Oct 2014
Senior telecommunications lecturer Dr Philip Branch reviews plans for new laws on metadata retention outlined in parliament by Malcolm Turnbull.
Policy Online Wins 2014 Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards
Thu 28 Aug 2014
Policy Online has won the ‘’Information’’ category in the 2014 Australian and New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIA).