Discover the latest law news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
New Colombo Plan scholarship sends Austin Wyatt to Korea
Fri 11 Dec 2015
A scholarship will allow Bachelor of Arts student Austin Wyatt to study and work in Korea.
Ahead of the game
Mon 30 Nov 2015
What if gaming could change the way students learn?
Refuting the censorship argument is child's play
Mon 16 Nov 2015
Prof Hunter says the Ai Weiwei vs Lego case is an example of unfortunate corporate public relations.
Grooming a new breed of lawyers
Tue 13 Oct 2015
Our Bachelor of Laws students rose to the challenge during the inaugural Swinburne Law School Moot Court Competition.
How making ‘revenge porn’ a federal crime would combat its rise
Mon 21 Sep 2015
Swinburne's Jess Lake says Labor’s proposed bill deserves our attention in order to make the sharing of explicit images without consent a federal crime.
Unhappy little vegemites
When the Ramsey family took on Dick Smith, Australia’s trade mark protection system swung into action, writes Amanda Scardamaglia.
Swinburne law scholar receives State Library of Victoria Fellowship
Thu 03 Sep 2015
Dr Amanda Scardamaglia has been given exclusive access to the State Library collection to undertake a three month fellowship.
Data retention plan amended for journalists, but is it enough?
Fri 20 Mar 2015
The House of Representatives has finally passed the third tranche of national security legislation concerning data retention.
What 'safeguards' are in Australia's data retention plans?
Thu 05 Mar 2015
Swinburne's Angela Daly co-writes an article, exploring the data retention laws that could be soon be passed in Australia.
Expert panel give their thoughts on metadata retention report
Mon 02 Mar 2015
Swinburne academics give their thoughts on the Federal government's proposed metadata retention laws.