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2017 Sydney Research Seminar Series2017 Sydney Research Seminar Series

The staff of the Thomas More Law School will be presenting a series of seminars on their current research. Seminars will run from 9.30-10.30 in room 532.15.02A, Level 15, Tenison Woods Building, Napier Street, North Sydney.

The third annual Barry O'Keefe LectureThe third annual Barry O'Keefe Lecture

The Third Annual Barry O’Keefe Memorial Lecture took place in the Peter Cosgrove Centre, Tenison Woods House, on 15 February 2017. A highlight of the Thomas More Law School’s orientation for commencing first year law students, the lecture addresses a topical legal question of interest to all who are engaged in social justice and the practice of law as a means to promoting the Common Good.

Endeavour EU study tourEndeavour EU study tour

Students from the Faculty of Law and Business embarked on a European study tour in December 2016, visiting London, Brussels, Ghent and Rome.

First Indigenous law graduate is dreaming bigFirst Indigenous law graduate is dreaming big

“I have always wanted to study law. For as long as I can remember, except for a stage when I was five and I wanted to be a bus driver – so I could talk to all the people.”

Red Mass 2017 - celebrating the commencement of the Law TermRed Mass 2017 - celebrating the commencement of the Law Term

On 2 February 2017, a number of Thomas More Law School (North Sydney) students and lecturers attended the 2017 Red Mass at St Mary's Cathedral in Sydney.

Thomas More Law School Lecture - The protection of Human Rights in AustraliaThomas More Law School Lecture - The protection of Human Rights in Australia

The Third Annual Hon Barry O’Keefe AM QC DUniv (ACU) memorial lecture. Australia is the only Western democracy without some form of a bill of rights. Yet by international standards, Australia has a good human rights record. So how are human rights protected?

Law school to break free from ‘standard’ legal educationLaw school to break free from ‘standard’ legal education

The new deputy head for Thomas More Law School North Sydney says a big goal within her new role is to assist in taking the school to new heights by offering “something quite different to the standard legal education” model.