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Sep
2014
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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Aug
2014
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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Aug
2014
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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ANU Open Day 2013 - Union Court

Aug
2014
Forget the idea of a law degree as being just lecture theatres, tutorials and textbooks – today’s law student is building their knowledge through internships, exchanges and voluntary participation.
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Aug
2014
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.

In the media

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Aug
2014

Artificial photosynthesis – the future of solar?

Thomas Faunce talks to ABC Radio National
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Aug
2014

Japanese Whaling: the saga continues

Donald Rothwell comments in The Diplomat

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