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Australia’s military involvement in Iraq is legal – for now, at least

Australia’s military involvement in Iraq is legal – for now, at least

Humanitarian missions in Iraq by the RAAF are in accordance with international law, but continued political scrutiny of further military action is wholly justified, writes Kevin Boreham.

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The legal case for Iraq intervention

The legal case for Iraq intervention

As Australian military intervention in Iraq and Syria becomes increasingly possible, Don Rothwell explores the legality of sending jets or troops into the Middle East.

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Emotions clouding class action reality

Emotions clouding class action reality

While many have warned about the dangers of class actions in Australia, the reality is that class actions enforce the law, writes Peta Spender.

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Crunch time coming for human rights in North Korea

Crunch time coming for human rights in North Korea

The head of the UN’s inquiry into human rights in North Korea, The Hon Michael Kirby, has said crunch time is coming for the isolated nation during a public lecture hosted by ANU Law.

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Indigenous law students encouraged to apply for GDLP scholarship

Indigenous law students encouraged to apply for GDLP scholarship

Indigenous Australian students who are seeking to undertake professional legal training for admission to practice are encouraged to apply for the ANU Legal Workshop’s Indigenous Student Scholarship Scheme.

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