The La Trobe Law School has this semester embarked on an innovative attempt to weave student employability principles through the ‘Employment and Labour Relations’ law subject in a way which strengthens student engagement with the coursework.
By Asli Yilmaz Despite ongoing reforms, domestic or family violence remains a scourge across Australia. The number of reported incidents increased by more than 50 percent between March 2012 – March 2016. At least one in four Australian women are… Continue Reading
by Dr Anita Mackay On 3 August 2017 the United Nations Human Rights Committee (“the Committee”) found that Australia’s denial of divorce to a citizen who had entered into a same-sex marriage overseas (in Canada) was discriminatory (C v Australia).… Continue Reading
La Trobe Law School’s Centre for Health, Law & Society Annual Public Lecture took place on Wednesday 30 August 2017 at the State Library Victoria. The Lecture was given by Dr John Troyer, Director of the Centre for Death and Society at… Continue Reading