Alumni events

Upcoming events

07
Jun
2018
Coper book launch
5.30PM to 6.30PM Book launch
  • The Honourable Robert French AC, Distinguished Honorary Professor at ANU College of Law and former Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia

What do constitutional interpretation and legal education have in common?

13
Jul
2018
Graduation reception
10.00AM to 12.00PM Graduation ceremony

Completing an award at ANU is a significant academic achievement and is rightly celebrated at the University's prestigious Conferring of Awards ceremonies. Conferring of Awards ceremonies are happy, inspiring events that have both formal and symbolic significance.

13
Dec
2018
Graduation reception
2.00PM to 4.00PM Graduation ceremony

Completing an award at ANU is a significant academic achievement and is rightly celebrated at the University's prestigious Conferring of Awards ceremonies. Conferring of Awards ceremonies are happy, inspiring events that have both formal and symbolic significance.

Past events

25
May
2018
Reconciliation Lecture
1.00PM to 2.30PM Public lecture
  • Dr Virginia Marshall, ANU inaugural Indigenous Post-Doctoral Fellow

Join Dr Virginia Marshall, the ANU inaugural Indigenous Post-Doctoral Fellow for the ANU Reconciliation Week Lecture.

24
May
2018
Joshua Chu-Tan
5.00PM to 7.00PM Future Students

Whether you are an experienced professional wanting a qualification to help you go further or a recent graduate continuing on an academic pathway, ANU offers a wide range of postgraduate study options. To discover more, we invite you to attend our information evening.

23
May
2018
Gareth Evans
7.00PM to 8.00PM Amnesty-ANU Law 2018 Speaker Series
  • Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC, Chancellor, The Australian National University

Register now for this rare opportunity to hear one of Australia’s most experienced politicians and speakers set out what the international community can to do to protect populations against the mass abuse of human rights.

16
May
2018
Event speakers
6.00PM to 7.00PM LLM Conversation Series
  • Professor Pauline Ridge, ANU College of Law
  • Mr Dilan Thampapillai, ANU College of Law

The High Court’s recent decision in Thorne v Kennedy raises difficult and troubling questions about the doctrine of unconscionable conduct. 

15
May
2018
John Pascoe
12.30PM to 2.00PM Lecture
  • The Honourable John Pascoe AC CVO

The President and Council of the ACT Law Society request the pleasure of your company at the 33rd Annual Blackburn Lecture, delivered by The Honourable John Pascoe AC CVO, Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia.

26
Apr
2018
Susan Harris-Rimmer
5.30PM to 6.30PM CIPL Seminar
  • Associate Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer, Griffith Law School

This paper analyses the layers of legal protection in post-conflict Afghanistan for sexual assault by Afghan armed forces, with a focus on US, Canada, The Netherlands and Australian forces as part of ISAF.

18
Apr
2018
Gillian Triggs
7.00PM to 8.00PM Amnesty-ANU Law 2018 Speaker Series
  • Gillian Triggs, Former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)

Former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) Gillian Triggs will examine the state of play of human rights in Australia and revisit the case for an Australian Bill of Rights. 

27
Mar
2018
David Manne
7.30PM to 8.30PM Amnesty-ANU Law 2018 Speaker Series
  • David Manne, Executive Director of Refugee Legal

Executive Director of Refugee Legal, David Manne, will assess the current state of asylum and refugee policy in Australia.

16
Mar
2018
12.00PM to 1.00PM CIPL International Law Lunchtime Seminar
  • Dr Christopher Ward SC, Adjunct Professor, ANU College of Law

This discussion will consider some particular topics of international law as they have been raised before the High Court of Australia, including human rights, extradition, self-incrimination and extraterritorial criminal law and state and diplomatic immunities.

15
Mar
2018
AAL
5.30PM to 6.30PM Public lecture
  • Professor James Stellios, ANU College of Law
  • Commentator: Professor William Gummow AC

At its inception, the role of the Federal Court in the development of constitutional law was not entirely clear, nor was its relationship to other courts such as the High Court and the State Supreme Courts.

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