After five years in senior admin, Professor Joellen Riley tells it like it is—on staff strikes, botched exams and whether you should write letters to Honi.
Held: This refreshingly accessible show triumphs where it departs from precedent.
Jack Jacobs loves international relations and musicals.
Sarah Dale, principal solicitor at Refugee Advice and Casework Service, is fighting the good fight
The practical reality of electoral reform in the SULS constitution
Better than a bell curve.
A contentious solution to a titanic problem
Does the law protect victims of sexual assault?
Alan Zheng analyses the potential structure of future SULS races.
This is an abridged version of the speech delivered by University Medallist Melissa Chen at the Sydney Law School prize winners’ ceremony on May 5