Discover the latest law news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Law school secures research fellowships
Wed 02 May 2018
Swinburne Law School staff have received six prestigious research fellowships over a two year period.
Swinburne’s James Ogloff recognised with international award
Mon 26 Mar 2018
Swinburne’s James Ogloff recognised with international award for contribution to psychology and law.
Former Chief Justice Marilyn Warren urges courage under fire
Thu 15 Mar 2018
Former Victorian Chief Justice Marilyn Warren urges law students to show courage in their careers
Artificial intelligence to enhance Australian judiciary system
Mon 29 Jan 2018
Swinburne professors claim that AI has potential to greatly improve sentencing
Swinburne and Clayton Utz launch Master of Corporate Governance
Wed 13 Dec 2017
Swinburne is partnering with leading Australian law firm Clayton Utz to develop and deliver Swinburne’s new Master of Corporate Governance program.
What consumers need from the Facebook and Google ACCC inquiry
Thu 07 Dec 2017
Amanda Scardamaglia explores the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s inquiry into digital platforms.
New banking laws won’t be the slam dunk the government is expecting
Wed 18 Oct 2017
The federal government is set to enact the Banking Executive Accountability Regime.
Struggling students smash the avo myth
Wed 27 Sep 2017
Swinburne research suggests students deserve more credit when it comes to their money management.
Swinburne leads commitment to ‘Child Safe Standards’
Fri 16 Jun 2017
Working with Children Checks will be mandatory for all staff, in a heightened commitment to child safety.
Copyright laws have questionable benefits
Tue 23 May 2017
Professor Beth Webster discusses the pros and cons of Australian copyright laws.