Professor Sarah Murray
Started at UWA: 2007
Winner of the UWA Fay Gale Fellowship, 2017
UWA Institute of Advanced Studies Distinguished Early Career Fellowship for the Humanities, 2015
Winner of the Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal for Law at Monash University, 2011
Winner of the National Mediation Conference Scholarship, 2010
Professor Murray has received many teaching awards and nominations throughout her career. Her teaching of constitutional law is interactive and engaging as she seeks to connect with each student.
A stimulating discussion and gaining insights during learning are cornerstones of her classrooms. Professor Murray believes in creating a personal experience for students, staying in contact with many students throughout their degree and beyond. She believes UWA’s Law School is a place where the love of the law filters through everything we do.
Professor Murray's areas of teaching expertise include Constitutional Law (especially Chapter III, referendums and electoral research), Foundation of Public Law, and Court Innovation and Court Reform.
Law and Society
The Law and Society major examines broad theoretical issues about the nature of law and society as well as how the relationship plays out in particular fields of legal and social policy at both domestic and international levels.
Law is a fundamental business discipline. Its study allows you to develop a wider perspective on both the business and regulatory landscape and specialised expertise that will not only enrich your business career but can also lay the foundations for successful postgraduate studies in law.
Master of Laws
Further your professional knowledge in law.
The Law School at The University of Western Australia provides students with one of the leading and most progressive legal degrees in the world.