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Global Law rating for UTAS

UTAS is in the top 100 universities worldwide for Law, according the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings. UTAS’s Faculty of Law has placed 61st internationally and sixth in Australia. The Dean of the Faculty of Law, Professor Margaret Otlowski, said: “It is such tremendous news … To be regarded amongst the world’s best for Law is a reflection of our commitment and dedication to legal teaching and research excellence. We punch well above our weight in regard to research outputs, which have national and international significance, and the career success of our graduates. Our alumni have gone on to pursue successful careers across the legal profession including Rhodes Scholars, State and Federal politicians, Governors, Supreme and Federal Court judges and international lawyers with the United Nations and The Hague.”

6 November 2017, Edition 189

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