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As Australia's national law school, we provide national research leadership on the most important legal, regulatory and governance challenges facing Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and the world.

We have an extensive network of honorary staff, visiting fellows, visitors, HDR students and emeritus academics who actively contribute to the ANU Law research and teaching community.

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Research stories

Find out about the latest news, announcements and stories about law research at ANU.

See what ANU College of Law is up to in the media.

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Research publications

Our scholars publish a range of articles, conference papers, and books every year.

Search through the catalogue of of the College's most recent work. The ANU College of Law also publishes a Research Paper Series on SSRN.

This repository shows a sample of law at ANU. Visit our research school websites for more detail.

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A/Prof Jake Blight

ANU College of Law alumnus brings more than 20 years of national security law experience to watchdog role

Shortly after graduating from The Australian National University (ANU), Jake Blight (BGenSt, LLB ’00, MAppCybern ’21) embarked on his career as a lawyer at the Australian Government Solicitor. It didn’t take long for a major global event to quickly set the course of his future career.

Professor James Stellios FAAL FASSA

Head of ANU Law School joins esteemed social sciences peak body.


ANU Law graduands are warmly invited to join us for a reception before the conferring of awards ceremony on Wednesday 13 December 2023.


Join Dr Olivera Simić (Griffith University) for this discussion on her new book 'Lola’s War: Rape Without Punishment' (Springer, 2023).


Join Associate Professor Tess Hardy at the Phillipa Weeks lecture, proudly hosted by the ANU College of Law.