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Thursday, May 31st, 2018

Join us for the Study in Australia Fairs this weekend

Can you picture yourself in a great career? What do you need to get there? Join us at one of our upcoming Study in Australia Fairs this weekend to meet us and Australian university representatives to find out more about your study options—no matter what your interest!

Join us for the Study in Australia Fairs this weekend

Find out more about the Study in Australia Fairs!

The annual OzTREKK Study in Australia Fairs will be hosted in Toronto and Vancouver, and it is the largest specific fair of its kind in Canada.

Toronto

Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Time: 12  – 3 p.m.
Venue: Hilton Toronto, Osgoode Room, 3rd floor

Vancouver

Date: Sunday, June 3, 2018
Time:  12  – 3 p.m.
Venue: UBC Robson Square, Plaza Lounge

No RSVP required—just come along with friends and family!

Do you have questions about admissions tests, GPA requirements, interviews, financing, scholarships, accreditation? You have questions and we’re here to answer them!

Australian universities only visit a few times a year, so this is a must-not-miss event.

Programs to Learn About

At the fairs, you will be able to find out more information about the following study opportunities in Australia:

…plus many more programs.

Want more details? For more information, contact OzTREKK at 1-866-698-7355 or email info@oztrekk.com. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Melbourne Law School welcomes the “Juris Dogtor”

Melbourne Law School is set to greet a very special new resident. Riley, coined the “Juris Dogtor” is a certified therapy dog who will begin his position at the Law School today, August 20. A first for the Law School, the four-legged therapist is provided by non-profit group Delta Society Australia, which promotes the benefits of animal-assisted therapy to help alleviate stress.

Melbourne Law School

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Students and staff will soon grow accustomed to the sight of the standard-size poodle and his owner, Cameron, as the wellness pilot project runs over six weeks with the possibility of extending to the remainder of the year, subject to support.

Coordinator of the program, Kelly McDermott, says that wellness literature shows that therapy animals assist greatly with stress, anxiety and depression.

“A therapy dog’s primary job is to encourage people to make contact with it and enjoy patting and playing with a happy and social animal,” says Kelly.

“I am hoping that the introduction of Riley as a therapy dog may provide additional support to our students in an innovative way by just enjoying a break with a furry friend from the rigours of studying law.”

Riley has expressed delight at his new responsibility as Juris Dogtor and encourages everyone to take some time out from their studies and come and say hello.

“I’ve heard that studying law can be ruff, so if you are feeling stressed out and under pressure, it’s definitely time to paws for a moment,” says Riley.

Delta Society Australia is a registered Australian charity that began in 1997 and aims to advance human health and well-being through positive interactions with animals. Volunteers and their dogs visit hospitals, care facilities and schools across Australia.

The Juris Dogtor will visit the Melbourne Law School every Thursday between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Melbourne Law School Juris Doctor Program

Program: Juris Doctor
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February 2015
Duration: 3 years (standard course structure); 2 or 2.5 years (accelerated course structure)
Application deadline: Second round application deadline is September 5, 2014—only two weeks left to apply!

Entry Requirements

Melbourne JD applicants must have

  • completed an undergraduate degree in any discipline; and
  • completed the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).

The Melbourne JD has three selection criteria:

  1. Academic results achieved in previous tertiary studies
  2. The LSAT score
  3. The applicant’s personal statement

Apply to Melbourne Law School!

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Do you have any questions regarding Melbourne Law School and its Juris Doctor program? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355. Find out more about Australian Law Schools and about how OzTREKK helps you to study in Australia!

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Melbourne Law School researches payday lenders

Payday lenders are targeting cash-strapped residents of poorer suburbs, a University of Melbourne study has determined.

University of Melbourne Law School

University of Melbourne Law School

Researchers analysed the locations of 123 payday lending stores across Victoria and found they were over-represented in areas of relatively greater socio-economic disadvantage.

The working class suburbs including Glenroy, Preston, Dandenong and Frankston all had five or more payday lending stores. In all, about 60% to 80% of payday lending stores are located in areas of relative disadvantage (based on Australian Bureau of Statistics measures for socio-economic disadvantage).

The research was led by Professor Ian Ramsay from the Melbourne Law School.

“Our study confirms that payday lenders are more likely to base stores in socio-economically disadvantaged areas, providing easy access to low-paid and struggling consumers.”

Professor Ramsay warns that payday loans can entrench existing poverty, through the use of high interest rates and by people taking out loans to meet basic living expenses.

The use of direct debit from bank accounts—which can prioritise the repayment of the payday loan over other expenses—is also an issue.

“The adverse effects of payday loans are also compounded when, as other research has shown, borrowers often have multiple payday loans or make continuous use of payday loans,” he said.

Payday lending is big business in Australia with lending estimated to be up to $1 billion a year and hundreds of thousands of consumers using payday loans.

Other research indicates typical payday borrowers already suffer from “financial exclusion”—that is, they lack access to appropriate and affordable financial services and products. They are often on low incomes or dependent on welfare payments.

“This research rebuts the repeated claims of payday lenders that their borrowers are not financially vulnerable,” Professor Ramsay said. “Clearly more needs to be done to promote financial inclusion, including alternatives to payday loans that entrench disadvantage.”

The research, co-authored by Melbourne Law School‘s Paul Ali and Cosima McRae, will be published in the Journal of Business Law.

About the Melbourne Law School Juris Doctor Program

Program: Juris Doctor (JD)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February 2015
Duration: 3 years (standard course structure); 2 or 2.5 years (accelerated course structure)
Application deadline: July 11, 2014

Application Timeline

Round 1

JD Application Deadline: July 11, 2014
Latest LSAT sitting to apply in this round: June 29, 2014

Applicants applying in Round 1 will be notified of the outcome of their application by August 27, 2014.

Round 2

JD Application Deadline: September 5, 2014
Latest LSAT sitting to apply in this round: October 5, 2014

Applicants applying in Round 2 will be notified of the outcome of their application by November 27, 2014.

Apply to the University of Melbourne Law School!

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Wondering if the Juris Doctor (JD) program at Melbourne Law School is for you? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355. Find out you can study in Australia!

Thursday, May 29th, 2014

Melbourne Law School walks for justice

On May 13, 2014, a team from Melbourne Law School joined Justice Connect to support the annual Walk for Justice. More than 70 students and staff, including the Dean, Professor Carolyn Evans, met bright and early on the steps of Parliament to raise much-needed funds for the Homeless Law Program, run by Justice Connect.

University of Melbourne Law School

Study law at the Melbourne Law School

The Walk for Justice is in its seventh year and is an initiative by Justice Connect, a pillar of the Victorian legal community. As a facilitator for the provision of pro bono legal services, an advocate for public interest matters and a provider of legal information to the community, Justice Connect plays a vital role in advancing access to justice in Victoria. Proceeds from the walk will help Justice Connect to continue in assisting some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable people in the community.

Melbourne Law School Juris Doctor Program

Program: Juris Doctor
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February 2015
Duration: 3 years (standard course structure); 2 or 2.5 years (accelerated course structure)

Entry Requirements

Melbourne JD applicants must have

  • completed an undergraduate degree in any discipline; and
  • completed the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).

The Melbourne JD has three selection criteria:

  1. Academic results achieved in previous tertiary studies
  2. The LSAT score
  3. The applicant’s personal statement

Application Timeline

Round 1

JD Application Deadline: July 11, 2014
Latest LSAT sitting to apply in this round: June 29, 2014

Applicants applying in Round 1 will be notified of the outcome of their application by August 27, 2014.

Round 2

JD Application Deadline: September 5, 2014
Latest LSAT sitting to apply in this round: October 5, 2014

Applicants applying in Round 2 will be notified of the outcome of their application by November 27, 2014.

Apply to the University of Melbourne Law School!

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Do you have any questions regarding Melbourne Law School and its Juris Doctor program? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355. Find out more about Australian Law Schools and about how OzTREKK helps you to study in Australia!

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

Melbourne Law School welcomes international legal scholar

Melbourne Law School is very pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Martti Koskenniemi, one of the world’s most influential international legal scholars, as a Professorial Fellow.

University of Melbourne Law School

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Professor Koskenniemi, whose pioneering research has shaped the current field of international law, is also a distinguished international legal practitioner.

Professor Anne Orford, Michael D Kirby Chair of International Law and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, said that the appointment will greatly enrich the experience of faculty and students at Melbourne Law School.

“Professor Koskenniemi’s work has changed the way that international law is taught and researched. The extent and influence of his teaching and engagement globally demonstrates his deep commitment to developing the next generation of scholars and practitioners of international law. We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to benefit from that commitment,” Professor Orford said.

Professor Koskenniemi will visit the Law School in 2015 to teach a new subject in the Melbourne Law Masters program, run workshops for doctoral students, and continue his collaboration with law school faculty on international research projects.

Professor Koskenniemi has been Professor of International Law at the University of Helsinki since 1994, and Director of The Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights since 1997. He is also serving his second term as an Academy of Finland Professor, a very rare honour. He has held numerous prestigious visiting academic appointments around the world, including as a Centennial Professor at the LSE, Hauser Global Professor of Law at NYU, and Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor of Legal Science at the University of Cambridge.

In addition to his scholarly eminence, Professor Koskenniemi is also a distinguished practitioner of international law. He has held senior positions in the Finnish Foreign Service, including as Acting Director of the International Law Division, Counsel of Finland before the International Court of Justice, Member and legal adviser to the Finnish delegation to the General Assembly of the United Nations, and Member and legal adviser to the Finnish delegation in the Security Council of the United Nations. He has been a member of the United Nations International Law Commission and of the Asian Development Bank’s Administrative Tribunal.

This will not be Professor Koskenniemi’s first visit to Melbourne Law School; he has been a visitor on a number of occasions over the years, making a major contribution to research, teaching, and postgraduate training through participating in international workshops convened by Professor Orford, collaborating on major research projects, and conducting doctoral workshops. In 2006, he delivered the Sir Kenneth Bailey Memorial Lecture.

About Melbourne Law School Juris Doctor

The Melbourne JD is designed specifically for graduate students, and leads to admission to legal practice. The school’s t eaching focuses on the law, providing an exciting and intellectually stimulating experience for students who already have accumulated knowledge and life experience.

Melbourne Law School students are highly motivated and committed, with diverse educational background, experiences and perspectives. Students participate in many activities and programs which are as much a part of the Melbourne JD experience as classes and coursework. The law school offers a myriad of ways to become involved and add an exciting dimension to your graduate degree.

Experience the challenge and stimulation of learning with, and from, students of diverse educational backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. Melbourne Law School is committed to enrolling graduate students with qualifications and experiences that contribute to the law school’s vibrant intellectual community. Melbourne believes that a diverse student body enriches both the learning and practice of law. JD students are intellectually mature, motivated and engaged with the study of law.

The Melbourne JD offers a stimulating learning environment of exciting seminars and challenging discussions. Interactive classes with other postgraduate students are an important part of the learning process in the Melbourne JD. The seminar-style teaching encourages participation and students are expected to engage with their lecturers and with each other. The student body’s diversity means that discussions in class are dynamic and encompass a range of perspectives on legal issues.

Apply to Melbourne Law School!

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Do you have questions about the Melbourne JD program? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355. Find out more about Australian Law Schools and about how OzTREKK helps you to study in Australia!

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

Melbourne Competition Law Program draws giants in the field

The community of students and scholars interested in competition law will now have even greater opportunities to learn and work alongside experts in the field, with the recent appointments of two internationally respected and experienced figures—Professor Allan Fels AO and Professor Mark Williams—to Melbourne Law School.

University of Melbourne Law School

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Director of Studies for Competition Law Professor Caron Beaton-Wells said she was delighted to welcome such leaders to the Law School: “These two new appointees underscore Melbourne Law School’s standing as Australia’s pre-eminent law faculty in competition law. We are very pleased they have chosen to join us.”

Mark Williams, who was until recently Professor of Law at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, founded and directs the Asian Competition Forum in Hong Kong—a leading forum for competition advocacy and engagement between stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region. He has been a significant public commentator on Hong Kong’s new competition law and is the author of a number of highly regarded books, including Competition Policy and Law in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan and his latest, The Political Economy of Competition Law in Asia. He is also regularly invited to give keynote addresses in international fora and has undertaken consultancy work in competition law for the Japanese and Chinese governments as well as leading law firms.

As a member of faculty, Professor Williams will bring his world-renowned expertise in Asian competition law to bear on the Law School’s teaching and research programs in competition law.  He will teach Competition Law in the Juris Doctor program and East Asian Competition Policy and Law in the Melbourne Law Masters program.  In addition to his teaching, he will participate in an Asian-focused collaborative research program, as well as work with members of the Competition Law & Economics Network and Asian Law Centre on events and initiatives that engage closely with academic and non-academic stakeholders in these fields in the region.

Professor Allan Fels AO, who has been appointed as an Honorary Professorial Fellow, is most widely known for his role as former chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Professor Fels was dean of the Australian and New Zealand School of Government from 2003 to 2013 and formerly chaired both the Trade Practices Commission (as the ACCC was previously known) and the Prices Surveillance Authority. He was co-chairman of the Joint Group on Trade and Competition at the OECD from 1996 until 2003 and has been a member of numerous advisory boards to the Australian, Victorian and other Governments. Currently, he serves as international advisor to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences as co-director, China Competition Research Centre and co-editor of the China Competition Bulletin, and is a frequent speaker on a range of competition policy and law issues at prestigious conferences around the world.

Professor Fels will participate in Melbourne Law School’s competition law program in various ways, including continuing to serve on the Advisory Board for the Competition and Consumer Law specialty of the Masters program, as a guest lecturer in Masters subjects, in the supervision of PhD students and in assisting to organise events for the Competition Law & Economics Network, drawing on his extensive networks within the international competition law arena.

Melbourne Law School Juris Doctor Program

Program: Juris Doctor
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February 2015
Duration: 3 years (standard course structure); 2 or 2.5 years (accelerated course structure)

Entry Requirements

Melbourne JD applicants must have

  • completed an undergraduate degree in any discipline; and
  • completed the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).

The Melbourne JD has three selection criteria:

  1. Academic results achieved in previous tertiary studies
  2. The LSAT score
  3. The applicant’s personal statement

Application Timeline

Round 1

JD Application Deadline: July 11, 2014
Latest LSAT sitting to apply in this round: June 29, 2014

Applicants applying in Round 1 will be notified of the outcome of their application by August 27, 2014.

Round 2

JD Application Deadline: September 5, 2014
Latest LSAT sitting to apply in this round: October 5, 2014

Applicants applying in Round 2 will be notified of the outcome of their application by November 27, 2014.

Apply to the University of Melbourne Law School!

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Do you have any questions regarding Melbourne Law School and its Juris Doctor program? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355. Find out more about Australian Law Schools and about how OzTREKK helps you to study in Australia!

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Melbourne Law School is number one in Australia

Melbourne Law School has been ranked in the top 10 law schools in the world for the fourth year running. Melbourne Law School was once again named the number one law school in Australia by the QS World University Ranking by Subject. At number 8, it is the only Australian law school to be numbered among the world’s top 10.

University of Melbourne Law School

Study at the No. 1 Law School in Australia!

Dean of Melbourne Law School Professor Carolyn Evans said it was pleasing to see the world-class work of Melbourne’s teachers and researchers recognised.

Melbourne’s strong performance is testament to the innovative work of the law school’s staff and the high quality of our graduates,” said Professor Evans.

“To be named consistently amongst the premier law schools in the world reflects great credit on our dedicated staff and the quality of their research and teaching. The important message from this latest ranking is that our programs and research are valued by leaders in legal education across the world and our graduates are seen as outstanding.”

With Harvard, Oxford, Cambridge and Yale universities leading the field, Melbourne Law School is the only law school beyond the US and the UK to be ranked in the global top 10.

The QS World University Rankings evaluate university education and are the first to rank universities at individual subject level in the world. The rankings are based on research citations and data on reputation, including surveys of academics and graduate employers.

Melbourne Law School Juris Doctor Program

Program: Juris Doctor (JD)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years (standard course structure); 2 or 2.5 years (accelerated course structure)

Apply to the University of Melbourne Law School!

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Discover more about the Melbourne Law School and its Juris Doctor program! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355, and find out how you can study in Australia!

Monday, March 31st, 2014

New books for Melbourne Law School Library

The University of Melbourne has recently purchased a plethora of new books for the Law Library. See the list of new books purchased by the Law Library in February, covering everything from Administrative procedure to Drug control—Southeast Asia, and Foreign trade regulation to Wine and wine making—Law and legislation—Australia.

University of Melbourne Law School

Study the Juris Doctor at Melbourne Law School

Specially designed over three floors in the Melbourne Law School at University Square, the Law Library is an accessible and easy to use resource for University of Melbourne students. The library has one of the finest legal collections in Australia and an extensive range of online legal resources which can be accessed from the Law Library.

As a city, Melbourne is an exciting hub of cultural, social, sporting and business life. The law school is located only a five-minute tram ride or a 15-minute walk from the city centre, and is positioned right next to the inner-city suburb of Carlton. The school’s contemporary and purpose-built facilities are located adjacent to the historic and leafy university campus.The Melbourne Law School building has been designed specifically for legal education. This state-of-the-art building has simulated court facilities, purpose-built study spaces, a library spanning three levels and comfortable student areas for group work and relaxation. Its Legal Research Centre spans three floors of the law school building, and contains a rich legal collection comprising more than 180,000 volumes of reports, legislation, legal journals and treatises. The LRC also subscribes to major English language databases and has a permanent exhibition of rare books. It provides access to a wide range of the latest electronic resources for teaching and research today.

The Melbourne Law School experience introduces students to a strong community of legal educators, students, members of the legal profession, government and business institutions which will help establish networks for life. The school also provides students with a range of exciting international and career opportunities.

Melbourne Law School Juris Doctor Program

Program: Juris Doctor (JD)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years (standard course structure); 2 or 2.5 years (accelerated course structure)

Juris Doctor Application Timeline

Applications are assessed periodically throughout the application season on a rolling admissions basis. The earlier your application is submitted the better.

Early Applications – Round 1
JD Application Deadline: July 11, 2014
Latest LSAT sitting to apply in this round: June 29, 2014
LSAT Registration Closing Date: May 23, 2014

Applicants applying in Round 1 will be notified of the outcome of their application by August 27, 2014.

Late Applications – Round 2
JD Application Deadline: September 5, 2014
Latest LSAT sitting to apply in this round: October 5, 2014
LSAT Registration Closing Date: September 5, 2014 (TBC)

Apply to the University of Melbourne Law School!

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Do you have any questions regarding Melbourne Law School and its Juris Doctor program? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Friday, February 21st, 2014

Melbourne Law School welcomes new cohort

Melbourne Law School has just recently welcomed the new cohort of Juris Doctor students who are commencing their journey into the study of law.

University of Melbourne Law School

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Associate Professor Alison Duxbury welcomed the students at Orientation, telling them that they were “entering a new community where you will make friends that will be with you for the rest of your personal and professional lives.”

The Melbourne University Law Students’ Society (MULSS) also offered advice to their new peers, with tips based on their own experiences as Melbourne Law School students.

“It is really important that you try and involve yourselves in as many opportunities as you can, and it’s the aim of the law school and the student societies to help you,” said MULSS Vice President Hannah Fitzpatrick. “In a strange way, it is the challenges and difficulties of law school that can also create the biggest benefits.

“You will develop close friendships here, and the diversity in the cohort experience allows you to meet truly amazing and motivational peers.”

The class began their studies last week with the subject Legal Method and Reasoning, which enabled the students to be officially introduced to the Melbourne Law School community, including key members of staff.

Among the new cohort are two OzTREKK students—best wishes, guys!

Melbourne Law School Juris Doctor Program

Program: Juris Doctor
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February 2015
Duration: 3 years (standard course structure); 2 or 2.5 years (accelerated course structure)
Application deadline: TBC by the faculty. Last year, the application deadline for this program was November 30.

Entry Requirements

Melbourne JD applicants must have

  • completed an undergraduate degree in any discipline; and
  • completed the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).

The Melbourne JD has three selection criteria:

  1. Academic results achieved in previous tertiary studies
  2. The LSAT score
  3. The applicant’s personal statement

Apply to Melbourne Law School!

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Do you have any questions regarding Melbourne Law School and its Juris Doctor program? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Find out more about Australian Law Schools and about how OzTREKK helps you to study in Australia!

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

Sydney Law School holds Global Health and the Law conference

The pitfalls of Australia’s boom in medical tourism, the ongoing struggle to deliver HIV prevention and treatment, the lax regulation of alcohol advertising and the complexities of managing tuberculosis are among the ethically and legally challenging that were discussed at Sydney Law School‘s Global Health and the Law conference held Sept. 30 – Oct. 1.

University of Sydney Law School

Sydney Law School building

The conference brought together legal and medical experts from around the nation to discuss health issues that transcend borders and impact on our well-being.

Highlights included Sydney Law School PhD candidate Louise Cauchi, who offered a snapshot of the health risks presented by the medical tourism industry. An estimated 15,000 Australians spend about $300 million a year on cosmetic procedures performed abroad but these operations—particularly breast surgery—increasingly require remediation when patients return home.

Bridget Haire from the University of Sydney‘s Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine (VELiM) chaired a panel on the ongoing struggle to deliver HIV prevention and treatment where the human rights of people most at risk of HIV are increasingly threatened, not only by violence, but by the criminalization of homosexuality and sex work.

The need to tighten and enforce regulations around alcohol advertising, especially the marketing of alcohol to young drinkers, was addressed in a session chaired by Professor Roger Magnusson from Sydney Law School. “Commitments to restrict the marketing of alcohol to younger drinkers are voluntary on the part the alcohol industry, which is less than committed to minimizing the harm caused by alcohol consumption,” he said.

The risks and challenges of managing tuberculosis was the topic for a hypothetical to be moderated by the Director of VELiM, Associate Professor Ian Kerridge. In particular, multi-drug resistant TB raises a number of ethical and legal questions including how to protect the rights and autonomy of individual patients while protecting the wider community from the disease.

Gene patenting, surrogacy and cross border reproduction, and the global regulation of therapeutics will also be discussed at Global Health and the Law: Incorporating Theory into Practice.

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Questions about studying law at the University of Sydney? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Shannon Tilston for more information about applying to Sydney’s JD program. You can email Shannon at shannon@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Find out more about Australian Law Schools in Australia!