International Law

Research Theme

International Law in Public Debate

In her book, International Law in Public Debate (Cambridge University Press, 2021), Madelaine argues that public debates in the language of international law have produced a popular form of international law that matters for international practice. In this seminar, Madelaine will give an account of her book’s argument, drawing on examples from the Australian public debates over the 2003 Iraq War and over Australia’s military intervention in Vietnam in 1965/66. Through this account, Madelaine re-wires traditional accounts of who gets to ‘speak’ international law.

Demystifying Law Careers: International and comparative law

Got an interest in international and comparative law? Join the ANU College of Law for the Demystifying Law Careers series as we focus on exploring careers in international and comparative law.

Our panellists will explore their experiences in the legal field as well as the steps they took to get to their current positions. Light refreshments will be provided.

Meet Kriti Mahajan: Final-year law student and 2022 Frohlich World Bank Scholarship with the Integrity Vice-President awardee

Climate and international law

This roundtable will discuss emerging issues in climate and international law from multidisciplinary perspectives. Panellists will reflect on their experiences in academia, international negotiations, and domestic implementation of international conventions, and how their work is situated in a broader geopolitical context.  

This event will be available in hybrid format. Please click on 'join meeting now' below to join the meeting online.

Book launch: Coastal state jurisdiction over living resources in the exclusive economic zone

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Join Dr Camille Goodman in conversation with Sue Robertson, Henry Burmester AO QC and Professor Tim Stephens to launch her new book 'Coastal State Jurisdiction over Living Resources in the Exclusive Economic Zone' (Oxford University Press, 2021).

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From artificial islands to archipelagos: Exploring the status of islands under international law

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