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Wood products or beef patties – which product is better for the climate?

Wood products or beef patties – which product is better for the climate?

New research by ANU environmental law experts, Andrew Macintosh and David Lindenmayer, is casting new light on how we might measure and account for carbon emissions.

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Dr Ryan Goss from ANU Law
 What controls how government works, should work and sometimes doesn’t work?

What controls how government works, should work and sometimes doesn’t work?

Dr Ryan Goss speaks to "Faces of ANU" about his teaching and research on the interrelationships between law, politics and government.... and why all of this should matter to you as a student -- and as a citizen.

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Human rights don’t matter in our public debate – but they should

Human rights don’t matter in our public debate – but they should

ANU Law expert Professor Simon Rice OAM says human rights is largely absent from public policy debate in Australia.

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 Professor Gillian Triggs
Commissioner Gillian Triggs commended for not cowing on human rights

Commissioner Gillian Triggs commended for not cowing on human rights

If you want to question the function of the Australian Human Rights Commission, study the letter of the law, says ANU Law expert Margaret Thornton.

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The benefits of health justice partnerships in regional Australia

The benefits of health justice partnerships in regional Australia

Dr Liz Curran gave an ‘invited’ conference paper at the International Legal Aid Conference in Edinburgh on Health Justice Partnerships.

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Research

The ANU College of Law and its related centres promote and support research of law and related topics to the highest national and international standards. We hold an Excellence in Research for Australian (ERA) ranking of well above the world standard.
Our research culture is reinforced by seminars, workshops, conferences and a stream of renowned visiting scholars from around the world. Our academic staff are active contributors to public debate and decision-making through law reform agencies, submissions to parliament, the media and membership of public inquiries.

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