Faculty of Business and Law
News • 11 Mar 2020
NLS student wins first prize in CLTA Corporate Law Student Essay Prize
News • 6 Mar 2020
With over 500 attendees, the International Women’s Day Breakfast run by the Equal Futures Project was a sold out event. The Equal Futures Project are Hunter based business leaders who are committed to diversity and achieving a more equitable and inclusive society.
News • 24 Feb 2020
Professor Lisa Toohey has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to further her research abroad. Professor Toohey’s research investigates the changing political dynamics in the Asia-Pacific region, and the impact they are having on the relations between Australia and the United States.
News • 5 Feb 2020
The GLAMX Lab offers the opportunity for students to learn hands-on skills to students and increase their employability.
News • 1 Feb 2020
In 2019 the Faculty of Business and Law Empower Network supported 11 undergraduate students in pursuing professional development in the area of their studies or interest. They attended international conferences, women’s leadership courses, software workshops and student competitions.
News • 17 Jan 2020
In the midst of the bushfire crisis, the University of Newcastle Legal Centre’s annual Law on the Beach pop-up clinic will soon kick off, offering people free legal advice on any law-related matter, including bushfire insurance claims.
News • 16 Dec 2019
The 2019 Business Plan Challenge has been won by a team from St Georges Girls High School, Kogarah
News • 15 Nov 2019
Some of the most vulnerable people in our society – older people – are benefiting from a new free community legal service established by Newcastle Law School in Newcastle and Gosford.
News • 1 Nov 2019
The University of Newcastle is proud to be named as a Women in STEM Decadal Plan Champion by the Australian Academy of Science.
News • 30 Oct 2019
The Newcastle Business School launched its new Executive Master of Business Administration
News • 5 Sep 2019
NBS report submitted to United Nations PRME initiative
News • 20 Aug 2019
With thousands of hours of research condensed into just three minutes, 15 bright and determined postgraduate students will take the stage at The Conservatorium on Friday (23 August) to compete in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.