No two people will ever witness a scene in exactly the same way. This can present interesting challenges to those whose job it is to narrate the visual.By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; The future of humanity; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Australia is the only English-speaking OECD country in the world that doesn’t require its broadcasters or streaming services to provide audio description. Curtin researchers want to change that.By Daniel Jauk | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
The Chief Justice of Western Australia, the Honourable Wayne Martin AC, has been appointed as the inaugural Chair of the Advisory Board of Curtin University’s Law School.
Curtin is offering a four-year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree through the Curtin Business School from 2013. The Legal Practice Board of Western Australia approved the undergraduate LLB course proposal in September.By Kate Selth | Campus and community; Research; Business, management and law; The arts and creative industries
Professor Paul Fairall was recently appointed as the Foundation Dean of WA’s newest Law School at Curtin University, but he is keen to share his extensive knowledge of the law with more than just his students.
Professor Fairall will be joined by the Honourable Justice John McKechnie and the Honourable Justice Tom Gray to launch his book Homicide – The Laws of Australia (Thomas Reuters) on Wednesday 17 October at the Supreme Court of Western Australia.By Kate Selth | Campus and community; Research; Business, management and law