Growing up, I knew my family was different. When I was very young, I didn’t realise different didn’t necessarily mean ‘bad’.
Looking for a productive, guilt-free way to procrastinate? Or something a bit different to do around Melbourne? Look no further! Browsing the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival (HRAFF) Program and grabbing tickets is the way to go!
Lawless is a series of articles which celebrate the stories, talents and passions of students at Melbourne Law School, beyond their experiences in law.
Molina has a wealth of experience across multiple sectors. Originally from India, she worked both in law firms and at the Supreme Court of India before moving to Melbourne in
After many months of planning, the MULSS Women’s Portfolio hosted their biggest event of the year on Wednesday the 6th of March – a panel discussion celebrating International Women’s Day.
Economic and Business Law in Asia, frequently shortened to the appealing acronym EBLA (eh-blah), was a whirlwind of a summer intensive. Taking place over just ten days in December, the
From Purely Dicta and all of the Melbourne University Law Students’ Society (the ‘LSS’), I would like to wish a huge welcome for our new first year cohort and a
Anne-Marie is a partner in the Melbourne office of King & Wood Mallesons where she specialises in securitisation, derivatives, hybrid, debt, convertible and structured capital markets transactions, and structured finance.
Libbi Gorr is a multi award winning Radio and TV Broadcaster. She is currently the producer and presenter of the ABC Radio Melbourne Sunday program. Libbi studied Arts/Law and the University of
Stacey Steele is Deputy Chief Privacy Officer and Associate General Counsel at S&P Global. She is also A/Professor at Melbourne Law School and Associate Director (Japan) at the Asian Law