In an age when many parents won’t let their child post a letter because of “stranger danger”, it’s ironic that few pay attention while media organisations spend hours of one-on-one time with even their youngest offspring.
Flinders University has joined forces with the Environmental Defenders Office SA, providing opportunities for law students to gain practical legal experience and to contribute to environmental advocacy in SA.
Flinders University students have met with future leaders from 47 countries at the recent Humanitarian Affairs 5th University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Cambodia.
Flinders University is partnering with specialist legal practice Lipman Karas to host a new lecture series in recognition of The Honourable Catherine Branson QC and her significant contributions to law and justice in Australia.
The third Art by Prisoners exhibition has attracted by far its largest number of entries, with works submitted from all of South Australia’s nine adult penal institutions.
Sports scholarships awarded by Flinders will help a group of elite student athletes combine their academic and sporting pursuits.
In 1993, student and serving Federal police officer Luke Cornelius heard Flinders Law Professor Elliott Johnston utter ten words that he has carried with him ever since.
It’s the most daunting legal theatre on Earth, a place where countries and states go head to head over points of international law, with the best lawyers in the world on centre stage.
The list of Wall Street executives criminally prosecuted for their roles in precipitating the 2008 Global Financial Crisis is by no means exhaustive.