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The first major study of the enforcement of Australia’s insider trading laws has shown the number of insider trading cases brought by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) is increasing, and the regulator is having better success with its cases.

The majority of whistleblower protection laws in G20 countries fail to meet best international standards despite a public pledge to shield whistleblowers from retaliation, a new report has found.

Payday lenders are targeting cash-strapped residents of poorer suburbs, a University of Melbourne study has determined.

A recent mass-shooting in California will do little to help the cause of American's calling for greater gun control, Dr Nick Sharman told Sky News.

Why are Australian citizens charged with committing crimes in Asia often portrayed as the victims of an unjust process?

Two Beijing-based University of Melbourne alumni have been honoured in the 2013 Australia China Alumni Awards

The first comprehensive Australian academic legal blog dedicated to the proceedings of Australia’s High Court, Opinions On High – High Court Blog, has been launched at the University of Melbourne.

Sir Redmond Barry was a man at the forefront of social, cultural and philanthropic activity in 19th century Melbourne and not just the divisive judge who sentenced Ned Kelly to death.

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