Western Sydney University School of Law

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Western Sydney University School of Law
Type Public
Established 1995
Dean Michael Adams
Location Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Campus Urban
Affiliations Western Sydney University
Website www.uws.edu.au

The Western Sydney University School of Law comprises part of the College of Business at the Western Sydney University.

History[edit]

The Western Sydney University School of Law comprises part of the College of Business at the Western Sydney University. It is housed on the Parramatta and Campbeltown Campuses of the University. It is one of Sydney's youngest Law Schools. The School of Law was established on 1 January 2001 as a result of the amalgamation of the three former federated members of the University of Western Sydney - Hawkesbury, Macarthur and Nepean. The establishment of the school brought together the law programs of those organisations. The law school places special emphasis on commercial law including taxation law, banking, finance and investment law, contracts and corporations law, and delivers programs in specialist areas such as elder law and international law.

Distinctions[edit]

Teams from the School of Law have won the following law competitions:[1]

  • Winner 2003 National Final, Law Council of Australia, Family Law Mooting Competition
  • Winner 2003 Australasian Law Students Association Competition, Best
  • Winner 2008 Australasian Law Students Association Mooting Competition

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