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For any law student passionate about human rights, it is abundantly clear that Australia has not done a satisfactory job of incorporating our international law obligations legislatively. Australia’s constitution features an acknowledgement of a bare few rights, among them the right to freedom of religion  and right to trial by jury . In addition,Continue reading “Public Interest Litigation in Australia”
Author: Lydia Ganci As I approach the end of my degree, questions about what areas of law I intend to practice have begun to circulate. Concerning for my career trajectory, I have struggled to answer this question with any sense of certainty. I know that I want use my legal skills in a way whichContinue reading “A Student Reflection on the Aurora Internship Program”
This article was originally published in Lot’s Wife – MSA Environment & Social Justice Edition. One thing about being stuck at home, amidst the perpetual influx of assignments, e-exams, clerkship applications and the like, is that we have had some time to reflect on what’s happening in the world. We are longing for life toContinue reading “Imagining Life after Lockdown”
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