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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 impact and engagement

Discover some of the cases, inquiries and consultancies our scholars in which our scholars contribute..

This repository shows a sample of law at ANU. Discover our latest research news for more detail.

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ANU law students experience success at the 2023 Tokyo International Negotiation and Arbitration Moot Competition.


This week Shailja Rawal (LLM) is graduating from the ANU College of Law. Read her story.


This week Shontelle Grimberg (LLM) graduates from the ANU College of Law. Read her story.

The ICC, and the Hamas/Israel conflict

24 July 2024 6:00pm - 7:30pm

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has announced that they are seeking arrest warrants for 5 persons associated with the Hamas/Israel conflict, including the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu. The announcement promoted an intense international debate over the role of the ICC in the Hamas/Israel conflict.

Statelessness and the Risk of Genocide

25 July 2024 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Join us for a seminar with Professor Melissa Stewart as she explores the critical link between statelessness and genocide. This seminar aims to shed light on how statelessness can render populations vulnerable to atrocity crimes. Discover how historical context and international law intersect to impact these vulnerable groups today.

ANU College of Law | Ask us anything

31 July 2024 5:00pm - 6:00pm

Are you considering studying law and have questions about the program, campus life, career prospects, or anything else? The ANU College of Law is here to help!