LAW397- Mental Health Law

  LAW397 Mental Health Law is on offer in Trimester 3. Enrol now and study with Yega Muthu from #UNELaw. The law relating to mental health is an important subset of medical law. Students will examine the paradigms of mental illness and of mental health law....

Defteros v Google LLC [2020] VSC 219

  On 30 April 2020 the Supreme Court of Victoria ordered Google Inc. to pay $40,000 in defamation damages to Mr Defteros. The Court found that Google Inc. was a publisher of search results and had defamed the lawyer. Background George Defteros is a Melbourne...

Current Student Profile- Jennie Matthews

UNE Law student Jennie Matthews is a very experienced paramedic- she is no doubt better than most in an emergency. Whilst many of us have had the luxury of staying at home during the Covid 19 pandemic, Jennie has been on the front line helping those who are most...

LAW207- Water Law

As water is such a precious resource, there can be considerable tension with how water should be used and managed.  The interests of government, agriculture, industry and communities can all clash in terms of how water rights should be allocated.  Dr Mark...

Social Media Survey

Attention all UNE academics and students!! Dr Mary McMillan from #UNEScience and Julia Day from #UNELaw are eager to find out your thoughts relating to using social media platforms in academic settings. Both Mary and Julia are social media enthusiasts who regularly...

Professor Paul Martin and Professor Mark Perry on- ‘Why we need to give innovators a fair go with IP processes to make Australia globally competitive!’

  Professors Mark Perry and Paul Martin have recently submitted an application to the Australian Research Council Discovery Projects to fund a project that will commence in 2021. Having previously collaborated with researchers from North and South America,...

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