Aug 27, 2014

Macquarie Uni takes students to court over $600,000 in union money

A curious legal stoush reignites the debate around voluntary student unionism as Macquarie Uni litigates against one of its own student organisations in a bid to retrieve $600,000.

Sally Whyte — Political reporter

Sally Whyte

Political reporter

In a case that may set precedents for relations between universities and student organisations, Macquarie University is taking seven of its own students to court in a bid to dissolve its postgraduate student association.


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