Miscarriages of Justice symposium

As the High Court rules on another chapter in the historic Van Beelen case, the Flinders Miscarriages of Justice project continues its 17-year crusade. The most […]

Law graduate Riana Cermak, left, has established The Education Network in South Australia.

Helping women to help themselves

A Flinders University law graduate has designed a mentoring program to inspire, motivate and educate women to get ahead in their personal and career development. Riana […]

Case studies in university excellence

Flinders University has joined a national program of innovation in university teaching. The Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham launched the National Innovation Case Study Collection at […]

Not the Sopranos, but still a cultural divide

Organised crime networks such as mafia ‘clans’, with links to drug trafficking, money laundering and corruption in high places, are a threat to national security. University […]

Emeritus Professor Larry Owens giving a lecture in China.

China education links reap rewards

A School of Education teaching program has led to a range of research collaborations which are forging some strong links between Flinders and China.

Margaret Davies - Asking the Law Question

Law books delve into big questions

Flinders Professor of Law Margaret Davies is extending her own bibliography, aiming to keep pace with “the changing place of law in a complex world”. “I’ve […]

US experts promote class action

Technology disruption is not only affecting the way we learn but the workplaces of the future, say visiting academics from The Fox School of Business in […]

Big tick for research papers

From environmental and mental health to rural worker conditions in Bangladesh, Flinders higher-degree research is making a difference.