The Thomas More Law School has continued its success in Mooting. Two ACU mooting teams participated in the University of Wollongong Law Students Society and Australian National University Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice Intervarsity Criminal Law Moot.
Thomas More Law School students complete pro bono internshipThomas More Law School students complete pro bono internship
Over the past 10 weeks, the Colin Biggers & Paisley Foundation has hosted five students from the Thomas More Law School (TMLS), three in the Sydney office and two in the Melbourne office, one day a week each as part of the TMLS’s LAW Pro Bono Program.
Australian Catholic University (ACU) has had the privilege of supporting a talented and highly motivated group of Year 11 accounting students from St Kevin’s College in Melbourne who participated in an accelerated Accounting program with the Peter Faber School of Business.
The Thomas More Law School held an evening cocktail party in North Sydney on Tuesday, 3 October to celebrate the inaugural law graduates from its first Sydney cohort.
Panel Discussion: Ethnic Cleaning of the Rohingya in MyanmarPanel Discussion: Ethnic Cleaning of the Rohingya in Myanmar
WHAT SHOULD AUSTRALIA DO? On 11 September 2017, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights called for the government of Myanmar to end its ‘current cruel military operation’ against the Rohingya population in Rakhine State, declaring the situation ‘a textbook example of ethnic cleansing’.
It has been a big month for ACU’s entrepreneurship and innovation hub, Collaborate Plus, with lots of activity.
Myanmar’s Oppressed Muslims Face Ethnic Cleansing: Never Again?Myanmar’s Oppressed Muslims Face Ethnic Cleansing: Never Again?
The Rohingya, Myanmar’s Muslim minority, have been persecuted for decades. But they have never before experienced the systematic and terrible violence that has been wrought upon them in the past 12 months.
The St Patrick’s Law Students Society used its Inaugural Law Breakfast on 28 August to turn the focus on mental health within the legal profession.
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 532.15.02B, Level 15, Tenison Woods Building, Napier Street, North Sydney.
The new Collaborate Plus purpose built coworking and innovation space opened in North Sydney in mid-June and has been accepting registrations from both internal students and external businesses.
Business intensive attracts international studentsBusiness intensive attracts international students
Students from around the world came together at the North Sydney Campus last month to take part in an Entrepreneurial Business Field Experience.
Professor Thomas Lange joins Global Labor Organisation (GLO) as a FellowProfessor Thomas Lange joins Global Labor Organisation (GLO) as a Fellow
We are delighted to announce that Professor Thomas Lange, founding member of ACU’s Centre for Sustainable HRM and Wellbeing, has been formally invited to serve as GLO Fellow.
Government consultant contracts offering quick fixes are a waste of time and moneyGovernment consultant contracts offering quick fixes are a waste of time and money
Government consultant contracts are booming, internationally. Yet such contracts deliver far fewer results than promised. An in-depth study of the use of global consultancy firms suggests that one reason for this is a conspiracy of silence between senior managers and consultants.
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