The School of Law and Justice offers the elective LAW4130 Innocence Project for students across a number of disciplines. Applications for enrolment are open to students from any discipline who can demonstrate commitment to social justice.
Join the Sellenger Centre and Professor Barbara Etter who will present a public lecture on Miscarriages of Justice: What have we learned 30 years on from Chamberlain?
Hardly a week seems to go by without reports of another car crashing through the living room of a house somewhere in Western Australia. But are these crashes really happening more often?
Researchers in the Sellenger Centre for Research in Law, Justice and Social Change, are looking to recruit a sample of community members to participate in focus group discussions.
Faculty of Business and Law students received two of the three mentions within the Engagement category at the Vice-Chancellor's Student Awards 2014.
A survey by Edith Cowan University has provided a valuable new insight on the use of alcohol and other drugs by young Western Australians.
Researchers Pamela Henry and Nikki Rajakaruna from the Sellenger Centre are currently collaborating with the WA Police Academy to develop proficiency standards for police use of force training.
ECU Law students recently jetted off to the world’s largest gathering of law students in Vienna.
The Faculty of Business and Law recently recognised more than 60 students as part of the Faculty's Student Prize Evening.
The 2014 Careers Fair brought together more than 400 students with some of Australia’s top employers.
Car thefts in WA have increased by almost 50 per cent in three years but a new research project by Edith Cowan University aims to slash that figure.
Thursday 26 September at ECU Joondalup campus.
Mr Jonathan Davies has been nominated for National Lawyer of the Year.
Year 11 and 12 students from Perth high schools take part in a leadership and career management program.
Does a social media pose a threat to Australia’s justice system? Head of School of Law and Justice Professor Anne Wallace believes it does.