- A/Prof Susan Harris-Rimmer, Griffith University
Feminist international law scholarship has always insisted on showing the human faces of the state, why constructions of gender matter to the state, and which humans are excluded or silenced by gendered constructions of the state.
Completing an award at ANU is a significant academic achievement and is rightly celebrated at the University's prestigious Conferring of Awards ceremonies.
- Jamila Rizvi
Jamila Rizvi will be in conversation with Daryl Karp on Jamila's new book Not Just Lucky. Why Women Do The Work But Don't Take The Credit, which exposes the secret shame of Australian workplaces: that offices, factories, shops and worksites remain gendered, unfair and unequal. Jamila's book explores the confidence deficit holding women back, the barriers to career success this can create, and how they might be overcome. Accessible and timely, this is essential reading for Australian women.
- Professor Stephen Bottomley
Professor Stephen Bottomley, Dean of the ANU College of Law, invites you to the ANU Law London Alumni Reception for alumni living and working in the United Kingdom.
- Representatives from the following Scholarships: Rhodes; John Monash; Fulbright; Westpac Future Leaders; RG Menzies; Roberta Sykes; Charlie Perkins; Gowrie
Come along and hear about postgraduate coursework and research scholarship opportunities from representatives and alumni from eight different scholarship programs.
- Justin Gleeson SC
If you’re considering taking your career in law to the next level, a postgraduate degree from the ANU College of Law provides the knowledge, understanding and insight demanded by leading employers across Australia and around the world.
- Dr Greg Weeks, ANU College of Law
- Will Sharpe, MinterEllison
MinterEllison's Administrative Law team and the ANU Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL) are holding a Pub Law Forum.
Careers in commercial law – whether in legal practice, business, government or academia – can be rewarding, intellectually challenging and exciting. Many ANU Law graduates go on to have highly successful commercial law careers. But how many are women?
- The Honourable Justice Stephen Gageler, High Court of Australia
In partnership with the ANU College of Law, the National Judicial College of Australia will present the biennial Conference on 4 and 5 March 2017.
- Prof Stephen Bottomley
- A/Prof Amelia Simpson
The ANU College of Law hosts its annual Prizes Ceremony which acknowledges the achievements of our students and the contribution and support of our donors.