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'The Obiter' reinvented. A collaborative blogging platform where you can access exciting, independent, high-quality conversations relevant to current issues facing the Australian legal system, the UniSA Law experience and other relevant discussions.
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#4: Bombing your own people – It's Legal

From UniSA's representatives on their journey to the ALSA Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Moot - 19/08/2020

EDITED-Obiter-Piece-IHL-Moot.docx

#3: Child Pornography Laws, Sexting & SAPOL Discretion

Paper by Daniel Calderisi - 19/08/2020

SEXTING DISCRETION - D Calderisi

#2: Freedom of and from Religion in Australia (2020)

Paper by Jennifer Jones, entered into the Governor-General's Prize - 19/08/2020

Freedom of and from Religion in Australia - JONES, Jennifer

#1: Is Section 116 of the Australian Constitution Sufficient to Protect Religious Freedom or is Legislative Intervention Required?

Paper by Patrick Schaefer, entered into the Governor-General's Prize - 19/08/2020

Religious Freedom - SCHAEFER, Patrick

#0: The Case for Women Lawyers' Associations in 2020

Georgia McRae on behalf of the Women Lawyers’ Association of South Australia Inc (WLASA) - 17/06/2020

The Case for Women Lawyers Associations' in 2020 - EXTERNAL