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Two Monash Law graduates head to UC Berkeley as 2018 John Monash Scholars

Monash Law graduate Amy Burton joins James Campbell as a John Monash Scholar. The prestigious award will take both young leaders to UC Berkeley to study a Masters of Law.

Future leader secures prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship

James Barklamb has been awarded a place in the prestigious Schwarzman Scholars program, one of the most competitive fellowships in the world.

Monash Law student heads to UC Berkeley as 2018 Victorian John Monash Scholar

“At such a critical time for public conversations about rights, liberties and the institutions of democracy, there will be a lot to learn at Berkeley both in the classroom and beyond,” says James Campbell, John Monash Scholar.

Monash Law student recognised for contribution to Victorian community

Pratik Ambani was selected from 180,000 international students for his involvement in various volunteering activities and academic achievements.

In the footsteps of Newton, Hawking and Darwin

Monash Law graduate Michael Smyth spent the past year studying a Masters of Law at Cambridge University. Catch up with Michael ahead of his return to the United Kingdom to kick off his legal career in London.

New law finally gives voice to the Yarra River’s traditional owners

Can a river be treated as a legal person? Victoria's Yarra River now has a 'voice of the river' to speak on its behalf for any decisions affecting it.

Social media #fail: how far does my duty of care extend?

Watch Monash Law School's leading student advocates present both sides in this fictitious modern-day take on the classic Donoghue v Stevenson #snailfail negligence case.

Social media #fail: how far does my duty of care extend?

Watch Monash Law School's leading student advocates present both sides in this fictitious modern-day take on the classic Donoghue v Stevenson #snailfail negligence case.