Seminars, Conferences and Research Output – What’s the right balance?

Date & time
1–2pm Wednesday 30 September 2020

Via Zoom

Research Office
ANU College of Law Research Seminar

Part of the ANU College of Law Research Seminar Series 2020 series

Seminars, Conferences and Research Output – What’s the right balance?

This seminar will cover the outcome of Associate Professor David Letts' research funding grant, including a number of research-related activities undertaken through the Harvard Law School’s Program on International Law and Armed Conflict; the US Naval War College’s Stockton Centre for International Law; and Georgetown University’s Center on National Security and the Law. The presentation will also discuss David’s visit to Jakarta, and involvement in “THE 25TH UNCLOS ANNIVERSARY SEMINAR” held at Universitas Indonesia.


  • Associate Professor David Letts AM CSM »

    Associate Professor David Letts is Director of the Military Law Program, and Director of the Centre for Military and Security Law, at the ANU College of Law. He arrived at ANU in late 2012 after a career of more than three decades in the Royal Australian Navy.

    David’s research interests centre upon the application of legal regimes to military operations, and he has written on topics including military justice, law of the sea, the law of naval warfare, international humanitarian law and the legal issues which arise on peacekeeping operations.

    Since joining the ANU College of Law David has been a regular public commentator on government policy which affects the legality of Australian military operations and his opinion is regularly sought by the media.



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