Congratulations to Daniel Lopez who has won the 2012 UNSW Law essay competition. Daniel’s essay was selected from entries submitted by Year 11 and 12 students from schools across Australia who wrote on the Mabo decision.
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Bar Council Law Reform Essay Sponsored by the Bar Council Scholarship Trust, this competition is open to students and pupils and requires entrants to write a piece of less than 3000 words proposing the case for a law reform which is desirable, practical and useful.
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This thematic course will explore developments in competition law in established (likely to be Japan and Korea) and new (China, Hong Kong, Singapore) jurisdictions using Australian, US and EU law as background. Reference will also be made to the laws of Indonesia and Thailand.
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This course is an in-depth examination of competition law. It examines Part IV of the Competition and Consumer Act (formerly the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) (TPA), and the parallel state provisions of the Competition Code, including the provisions dealing with criminal liability for cartel conduct in some detail.
Competition law and policy relate to legal and regulatory settings that promote, improve and increase rivalry between competing businesses with the objective of promoting efficiency to the benefit of consumer welfare. Competition itself is a dynamic process undergoing continuing change. Many factors influence the degree to which competition thrives.
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LAW STUDENT WRITING COMPETITIONS Below is a list of law student writing competitions sorted by type of competition. Students who are interested in writing a scholarly paper may want to scan the list for topic ideas. Please contact the sponsor of the contest through the listed URL or email address to get more information.
Rob joined the UNSW Business School as a lecturer in September 2015. His research interests encompass competition law and policy as well as the regulation of networked industries and the financial services sector. He is also a research fellow at the Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation at UNSW Law.
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Professor Deborah Healey joined the Faculty of Law after practising extensively as a commercial lawyer with leading law firms, where her major focus was competition law. She teaches courses in Competition Law at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and a comparative competition law course Global Issues in Competition Law and Policy (which focuses on jurisdictions including China).
This research, jointly conducted by the UNSW Law School and ACICA, constitutes the first empirical study undertaken focusing on patterns of use in international commercial arbitration in the context of Australian trade and commerce. The objective of the research is to explore recent trends and preferences and examine the attitudes of the legal profession, arbitrators, corporate users and.
View Brigitte Rheinberger’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community.. 2016, 2017) Herbert Smith Freehills Intermediate Negotiations Competition (2014) UNSW Law Transfer Student Mentoring (2015) College of Law.. Second Place UNSW Law Essay Competition UNSW. 2012. Dean's List Arts and Social Sciences.UNSW professor named Chair in Constitutional Law 26 May 2020 Professor Megan Davis, Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous and Professor of Law at UNSW Sydney, has today been named the Balnaves Chair in Constitutional Law.It is an introduction to competition law. It examines Part IV of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA) (formerly the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth)), and the parallel state provisions of the Competition Code (which apply by agreement between the States where there is no Constitutional coverage).