AgLaw — about us
About the Ag Law Centre
We practice and provide innovative scholarship on laws and institutions affecting rural communities.
Our focus is on institutional reforms that will improve:
We achieve our aims by:
- Drawing on the legal scholarship of the School of Law at UNE;
- Drawing on the substantial intellectual resources from the Faculties of the Professions and Arts and Sciences of UNE;
- Using the Centre’s extensive network of local and international academic and commercial collaborators;
- Working closely with a number of Research Centres hosted at UNE;
- Supervising PhD and Masters students from Australia and overseas;
- Offering a suite of distance-learning Masters subjects in natural resource governance; and
- Working with our research associates.
Ag Law News:
Rethinking Law Curriculum – Preparing law graduates for practice in rural and regional Australia A team led by Dr Amanda Kennedy from the UNE School of Law recently completed work on an Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching funded project entitled ‘Rethinking Law Curriculum: Preparing law graduates for practice in rural and regional Australia’. This project, a collaboration between staff from six Australian law schools, has produced a [...] Tamar Valley Farmer survey notes The notes to support the Tamar Valley farmer survey can be downloaded from here: Notes from Tamar Farmer workshop Aglaw Centre – Research Update Find out more information about the Aglaw Centre; its staff, students, recent happenings and coming events by reading the October/November 2012 Aglaw Centre Research Update Next generation rural landscape: Research update Our AgLaw team and PhD researchers have been busy on research activities on the next gen governance project. For more details check out our latest research update. Next gen research update Oct 2012 vs2