Join us as we speak to members of the ANU College of Law LGBTIQA* community about their experiences as students to leading change where they work now.
Join our alumni panel in this online discussion hosted by ANU Law Reform and Social Justice that explores careers in social justice, law reform and advocacy.
The Law Reform and Social Justice Group is hosting Professor Susan Harris Rimmer (JSD '08), Director of the Griffith University Policy Innovation Hub as part of the Justice Careers Q&A series.
COVID-19 has fuelled racist attacks targeting Asian-Australians, resulting in what ANU researchers have described as a ‘prejudice pandemic’. This has included verbal and physical assaults, refusal of service, death threats and vandalism of property.
Join us for a special webinar featuring experts from the ANU community as they discuss Climate change: a sustainability, policy and health crisis – where do we go from here?
- Jennifer Robinson
- Kieran Pender
Join fellow alumni and Professor Sally Wheeler, Pro-Vice Chancellor (International Strategy) and Dean of ANU College of Law, for a special networking evening in the heart of London.
Join Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian P. Schmidt in this year’s alumni and friends reception hosted by ANU College of Law and College of Business and Economics.
Join a panel of leading interdisciplinary experts from business, law and technology as they explore the opportunities and challenges of blockchain technology and digital currencies for industry, investors, regulators and policy makers.
- Professor Sally Wheeler OBE
- Kieran Pender
The International Bar Association, together with The Australian National University, the Law Council of Australia, the ACT Law Society, the ACT Bar Association the Australian Academy of Law, will host a panel event to discuss findings from the IBA’s report Us Too? Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession.
Completing an award at ANU is a significant academic achievement and is rightly celebrated at the University's prestigious Conferring of Awards ceremonies.
- Sir Kenneth Keith
- Professor Christina Voigt
- Dr Joshua Meltzer
International law increasingly faces a complex future. New challenges are constantly arising for the international community, often driven by technological developments. At the same time, existing challenges continue but manifest in new ways.