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Dr Anton Moiseienko’s 2023 article, The Sins of the Fathers: Targeted Sanctions against Family Members of Primary Targets, has been published in the Modern Law Review, widely recognised as a leading law journal globally.


On Wednesday 27 March, the Dean of the University of Tokyo Faculty of Law, Professor Ryuji Yamamoto, Vice Dean, Professor Masami Okino and other delegation members, Professors Yoshiaki Morozumi and Shusaku Kitajima and Associate Professor Carol Lawson visited the ANU College of Law. The visit provided an opportunity to sign a new Student Exchange Agreement and discuss developing our existing collaborations.


A group of ANU College of Law students have been recognised at the 19th International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Commercial Mediation Competition, the world’s largest student mediation competition.

EP Thompson at 100: History, Law, Politics

Fri, 09/08/2024 - 9:00 - Fri, 09/08/2024 - 13:30

EP Thompson (1924-1993) was one of the great British historians of the past century. His work reshaped our thinking about the relationship between law and society.

Industry 4.0 – Navigating the Future of Legal Services

Fri, 14/06/2024 - 10:00 - Sat, 15/06/2024 - 16:00

The ANU College of Law will host an interdisciplinary workshop on the future of legal services, on June 14th and 15th 2024. This in-person event will explore the future of the legal services amidst sweeping societal and technological transformations.


Law and Politics of Religious Fraud Regulation: Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong

Thu, 16/05/2024 - 16:00 - Thu, 16/05/2024 - 18:00

Join an amazing seminar and hear from Professor Jianlin Chen to learn about the legal tools used in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong to punish religious claims and practices considered false or fraudulent by the state. Professor Jianlin Chen will explain how such legal tools are used to sustain a hierarchy of religion and their importance to religious freedom (or the violation thereof).