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of Law

The School of Law forms part of the UniSA Business School and provides leading-edge legal education to suit the diverse needs of today’s law students. 

Our Bachelor of Laws degrees are accredited by the Legal Practitioners’ Education and Admissions Council (LPEAC), and enjoy the highest professional employment rate in the State. In our short history we have become well known among the profession for our contemporary approach to teaching. The curriculum has been designed to equip students with legal knowledge combined with practical skills that prepare them for a range of careers in both the legal and legally-related sectors. 

Our full-time faculty of experienced legal practitioners and scholars, and an extensive network of adjunct staff, support an active research culture and provide expertise across a range of sub-discipline areas including commercial law, public law, environmental law, regulatory policy and social justice.

 

KEY STAFF

Professor Wendy Lacey

Professor Wendy Lacey
Dean and Head of School

Professor Jennifer McKay

Professor Jennifer McKay
Professor of Business Law

Professor Rick Sarre

Professor Rick Sarre
Professor of Law

Professor Roman Tomasic

Professor Roman Tomasic
Professor of Law


Professor Irene Watson

Professor Irene Watson
Research Professor of Law

Dr Vicki Waye

Dr Vicki Waye
Professor of Law

Karen Bubna-Litic

Karen Bubna-Litic
Associate Professor of Law

Dr Julia Davis

Dr Julia Davis
Associate Professor of Law


View full list of staff in the UniSA directory

 

 

Excellence in legal research

We focus on four core areas of research; Corporate and Commercial Law; Environmental and Natural Resources Law; Criminal Law and Sentencing, and; Public Law and Human Rights.

 

Free legal advice at our student-run clinic

Our students are given the opportunity to give confidential, free legal advice to members of the community on issues such as accidents, disputes and debt at our Legal Advice Clinic.

 

Attend a School of Law event

Join us for our one of our events, including our regular Law Evenings research seminars or our annual Competition Law and Economics Workshop.