An interview on the history of the School of Law at the University of Sydney Law School was undertaken by Dr Michael Davis, a campus visitor at the Australian Centre for Indigenous History, Australian National University, an inter-disciplinary space in the Humanities and Social Sciences.  He holds the PhD degree from the University of Technology Sydney.  His questions relate to the experience of the Sydney Law School (1958-62 and 1965-8) when Michael Kirby completed his LLD and LLM studies.  The interview addresses conflict in the School of Law, changes in law teaching; and many of the personalities.