Aboriginal outlaw Jimmy Governor has been – until now – a largely forgotten part of Australian history. Legal historian, Professor Katherine Biber, is turning his story on its head – with surprising results.
A nationwide survey of foreign workers in Australia has been launched to assess the level of exploitation by unscrupulous employers. Conducted jointly by the University of New South Wales, UTS and the University of Sydney, it will target international students, working holiday makers or backpackers, skilled workers on 457 visas and anyone else working in Australia on a temporary visa
The inaugural UTS LSS LexisNexis Legal Technology Moot grand final was held on 1 September 2016 at the UTS Hatchery - Congratulations to Zach McLoughin, Michael Mulvenna and Marcela Malicka who were crowned champions of the UTS LSS LexisNexis Legal Technology Moot.
Rachael Kim-Ainsworth is a final-year medical science/law student who volunteers at Anti-Slavery Australia – a UTS legal research and policy centre that focuses on the abolition of slavery, trafficking and extreme labour exploitation. She began the life-changing practical placement after undertaking an elective subject – The Law of Slavery and Human Trafficking
Meet Dylan Barber, a UTS Law/Journalism graduate who travelled to India on the 40K Globe program three times during his degree. We spoke with Dylan to find out more about the 40K Globe program and how it has impacted his career.
International law firm Allens is teaming up with the UTS Faculty of Law and software firm Neota Logic to create a program which will see law students create artificial intelligence (AI) applications that help people address legal problems online.
Revelations of abuse at the Northern Territory’s Don Dale Juvenile Justice centre have seen debate surrounding rates of Indigenous incarceration resurface. But limitations in prison data collections may mean the real rate of incarceration among the Indigenous population is worse than we think, writes UTS Law Professor Thalia Anthony.
Companies around the world are exploring blockchain, the technology underpinning digital currency bitcoin. In this Blockchain unleashed series, we investigate the many possible use cases for the blockchain, from the novel to the transformative.
The Briefcase premiered on Channel Nine last week, to immediate controversy. Criticised for leading participants to believe they would feature in a program on financial hardship, it has been called “Australia’s most exploitative reality show”.