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Charles Sturt University (CSU) Law and Justice Foundation - Home University of Newcastle A - Z List of Government Sites Share 1 2 3 4 Pages Charles Darwin University Sydney Law School Sydney Law School is one of Australia’s leading law schools, preparing graduates for national, transnational and international legal careers. Our international vision is supported by recent achievements: For a full program of current MCLE/CPD eligible events, please click here Edith Cowan University Western Australia Australian Development Gateway The University of Notre Dame Australia Centres and Institutes - Sydney Law School Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law The Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law (ACCEL) (Sydney) is located in the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney. The objectives of the Centre are to encourage, promote and support innovative and important scholarship including teaching, research, consultancy and public interest advocacy in all areas of environmental law and policy. Visit the ACCEL website Visit the Climate Law and Policy Group website Centre for Asian and Pacific Law The Centre for Asian and Pacific Law at the University of Sydney (CAPLUS) is a leading centre for the teaching and research of law and legal systems in Asia and the Pacific. Visit the CAPLUS website Centre for Health Governance, Law and Ethics The Centre for Health Governance, Law and Ethics aims to promote and support innovative scholarship and teaching in all areas of health regulation including bioethics and health policy. Visit the Centre for Health Governance, Law and Ethics website

Student Numbers at Australian Universities How many students are there studying at Australian Universities? How many international students are there studying in Australian Universities? These are two of the commonly asked questions about the number of students in Australia especially regarding both local and international student statistics. It is important to note ithat there are many domestic and international students who are not studying in an actual designated university and instead are studying in one of the many colleges or TAFEs in other areas of the higher education sector including vocational education, english, or other diploma or degree level studies. The following table shows the student population at the Australian universities and the higher education sector both in total and in proportional numbers. Click here for a sortable: List of largest universities in Australia by student numbers Click here for a sortable: List of international students in Australian Universities

Dr Chris McGrath - School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management - The University of Queensland, Australia Position Senior Lecturer (Environmental Regulation) Contact Room: 35-423 Phone: 334-67405 Email: Website: Environmental Law Publishing Qualifications LLB (Hons) (UQ, 1997) BSc (UQ, 1997) LLM (Environmental Law) (QUT, 2000) PhD (QUT, 2007) Professional affiliations Background Research Interests Evaluation of the effectiveness of environmental regulation Climate change and greenhouse gas accounting Vegetation management laws and policies Research Students Associate Supervision Kirsty Chessher-Brown Christopher Robertson Christopher Sanderson Selected publications Website: Environmental Law Publishing McGrath C, "Shenhua mine: the federal government could have chosen farming over coal" (The Conversation, 15 June 2015) McGrath C, “One-stop-shop a messy backward step for Australia” (2014) 31 (3) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 164-191. McGrath C, “Greens-Palmer deal a roadblock for one-stop shop” (The Conversation, 3 October 2014). McGrath C, Does Environmental Law Work?