Getting to the heart of the judiciary

Magistrates and judges are subject to tough emotional demands of life on the bench. There are many stressful aspects of judicial work, especially for magistrates in […]

Raising the bar on native title

Flinders law graduate Michael Pagsanjan has become Young SA Lawyer of the Year. Law Society of South Australia president Mr Tim Mellor says Mr Pagsanjan, principal […]

Stranger danger and male assault

A notable number of assaults of males are perpetrated by more than one unknown attacker, new data from Flinders University shows. The Australian Institute of Health […]

Mind-bending ideas for festival

How does our brain deal with technology and modern global challenges? Is it keeping pace with the speed of contemporary living and the ever-increasing influx of […]

Action plan to tackle elder abuse

An Action Plan as been devised to improve responses for older women affected by domestic and family violence in South Australia. The plan, launched on World […]

Cyber warriors tackle rise in crime

With cybercrime costing Australian business an average $400,000 per event, careers in cybersecurity are a strong growth area. “The need for cyber professionals has birthed a […]

Lifelong crusade for women abused in war

Human Rights Day takes a special meaning this year for Flinders University Associate Professor Tina Dolgopol. This follows the legal academic’s long campaign for female victims of […]