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Corporate crime expert Professor Liz Campbell will join the Faculty of Law at Monash University as the inaugural Francine McNiff Chair of Criminal Jurisprudence.
Four leading thinkers preview the next decade of technological and social advances in our professions at 2030: Your Future, Reimagined, held on International Women's Day.
Monash Law graduate Dr Sarah Krasnostein has won the top $100,000 prize at the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards for her debut novel The Trauma Cleaner.
Monash Law's new moot court is a state of the art multi-functional facility.
Completed in 2017, the $3.9 million multi-functional courtroom is part of an ongoing $16 million capital investment project on the David Derham School of Law Building at Clayton campus.
Kate Seear's footy-themed show The Outer Sanctum will air throughout the 2018 AFLW season.
Want to practice law in Singapore?
If you're a final-year LLB or JD law student (expecting to be conferred your law degree meeting the requirements by 15 March 2019) you are eligible to sit for this session of the Bar Examinations.
APPLY NOW: www.sile.edu.sg/online-application
Read the application guide before applying.
Online applications will close at 5:00pm Singapore time (7:00pm Melbourne time) on Friday 17 August 2018.
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In the wake of the AFL's 8-week suspension of Andrew Gaff, what does the law say about on-field assaults? Can police charge AFL players with an offence?
JUST CASES breaks down the Gaff/Brayshaw incident and explores the notorious 1985 Leigh Matthews assault charge and ensuing court case.
#AFL #auslaw #podcasts
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And that’s a wrap! Thanks team 2018! #MonashLaw2018 #MonashOpenDay
Witness examination underway in our state of the art Moot Court.
A full house for the Dean’s address.
Get your photo taken at the green screen! Before and after...
Come to the law building, chat to a student and get your questions answered! #MonashLaw2018 #MonashOpenDay
Meet Winnie Wong, Monash Law graduate and founder of Assisted Outing, a platform that connects those with needs to assistants in their local community who can take them out on fun outings.
Assisted Outing was created by Winnie through the 2017 Leave No One Behind program. Driven by a family experience with Parkinson’s Disease, Winnie was looking to turn her passion for improving accessibility and disability support services into a fully-fledged idea. She went on to win the competition and $12K. Winnie’s vision is now to scale her platform internationally.
Find out more about this year’s Leave No One Behind program and how to join: http://bit.ly/RegisterLF
5 new magistrates appointed to @MagCourtVic - 3 of them are @MonashUni law grads! Congratulations to Vicky Prapas,… https://t.co/Vo8ZngSIai
4 new judges have been appointed to the @CountyCourtVic - all 4 of them are @MonashUni law graduates! Congratulatio… https://t.co/EqwpIRQxGk
RT @ELWindholz: Is #AFL sending right deterrence message to players? #CaleHooker fined $1500 for ‘misconduct’ for punch only because it LUC…
RT @outersanctum01: This new @justcasesshow podcast out of @MonashLawSchool features a really interesting discussion about on-field assault…
RT @justcasesshow: In the wake of the @AFL's 8-week suspension of Andrew Gaff, what does the law say about on-field assaults? Can police ch…
RT @DrMCastan: Come along to the 2018 Lucinda Lecture, with the Hon CJ Catherine Holmes, Supreme Court of Qld. Monday 20 August 1-2pm Clayt…
RT @DrMCastan: Still some tickets available for our special screening this Saturday at 4pm. Come along! @CastanCentre https://t.co/3nkDA72u…
RT @MonashUni: WinterFest 2018 is back and in full colour! From 13-19 August, join us as we transform our campuses into a playground that i…