- Book Launch: International Criminal Law - Using or Abusing Legality?, 15 August
- Justice in Focus Series: Regulating access to genetic resources and traditional knowledge: implementing the Nagoya Protocol, 21 August
- Public Lecture: Sexual Intimacy, Gender Variance and the Criminal Law, Prof Alex Sharpe, 4 September
- Research Seminar: Dr Takele Soboka Bulto, 15 September
- Research Seminar: A/Prof Jennifer Burn, 13 October
- Research Seminar: Prof Lee Godden, 10 November
Respect for the law
Respecting the law as an instrument of social justice and positive change.
Respecting and advancing difference, multiculturalism and our First Peoples.
Fostering robust academic values and legal knowledge for knowledge's sake.
Professional legal educationEncouraging independent thought and critical capacity to the highest, academic, ethical and professional standards.
Open governanceGoverning the Law school in an open, transparent and consensus-driven manner.
Commitment to diversityEncouraging merit-based legal education, allowing for a diversity of staff and students.
Creating and sustaining close connections with local, national and international academic and professional communities that empower others through law.