Have you ever thought about refreshing your qualifications by studying postgraduate law at Sydney Law School?
On Tues 31 May 2016, Sydney Law School is holding its Postgraduate Information Evening.
This is an opportunity to talk to Law School academics about options for postgraduate study, including the Master of Health Law program, individual units of study within it, and career possibilities for those with qualifications in health law.
For those who are principally interested in further professional development, it is possible to “audit” units of study and to enrol without undertaking the usual assessment requirements.
For more details about Sydney Law School’s Masters of Health Law program, including units of study offered in 2016 and 2017, see here and here.
The webpage for Sydney Health Law gives more details about teaching staff, and links to upcoming health law events.
On Wed 20 July, Sydney Law School is hosting an evening seminar entitled: Advancing global and national health security: lessons from SARS and MERS to Ebola and Zika, featuring Professor Lawrence Gostin, Linda and Timothy O’Neill Professor of Global Health Law, Georgetown University, Washington DC, with responses from A/Professor Adam Kamradt-Smith (Department of Government and International Relations, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney), and Adjunct Professor Alexandra Phelan (Georgetown University Law School).
On 1-3 November, Sydney Law School is co-hosting, with the Charles Perkins Centre, a conference entitled Governing Food: The role of regulation and policy in meeting 21st century challenges to the food supply.
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