The Annual Kirby Lecture in International Law: New Zealand, Australia and International Human Rights: 1919-2019

In this tribute to the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG, Sir Kenneth Keith ONZ KBE QC will reflect on international human rights issues in which Australia and New Zealand have engaged over the past century. Why have the members of the three branches of government of the two countries taken concordant or discordant positions on those matters? What roles have the academy and the wider public played?

Refreshments will be served from 5.30pm.

ANU professor and alumni recognised as Australia’s best lawyers

More than just law: How the GDLP can supercharge your career

27th ANZSIL Conference: International law futures: the intersection of law with knowledge, information and expertise

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. Key to how future international law and international lawyers will manage novel challenges, or new iterations of old ones, is the field’s intersection with knowledge, information and expertise.

Jessica’s invaluable work experience in Indonesia

Meet a Judge

Ever wondered what really happens in a ‘cold case’? What are jury trials really like? Join Professor Mark Nolan for a conversation with ANU Law’s Judge in Residence, the Honorable Robert Osborn, recently retired Justice of the Court of Appeal in Victoria to explore these, and your questions.

2019 Phillipa Weeks Scholar recipient’s three-generational link to ANU

What a Judge of the Federal Court of Australia and a Judge’s associate do in a typical week

Have you ever wondered what a typical week’s work looks like for a Justice of the Federal Court of Australia? How do Judges prepare for court sittings, and what happens in chambers? What does an Associate do, and what skills are required to perform the role?

Judicial method and what Judges do

This seminar is part of the ANU College of Law Visiting Judicial Fellow Program. The Program is designed to develop a greater understanding of the role and function of judges, by allowing Judges to share their knowledge and experience with the broader ANU Law community. Justice Alan Robertson is one of two Visiting Judicial Fellows in 2019.


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