International Law

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Introduction to Financial Crime Law with Dr Anton Moiseienko

Interested in financial crime law? Curious about the impact of terrorist financing on the proceeds of cybercrime on economies, businesses, and individuals worldwide? Join Dr Anton Moiseienko, a senior lecturer and transnational crime expert at the ANU College of Law, for this online masterclass that will capture your attention and expand your knowledge on this subject.

Charting a course through maritime operations law

Beyond borders: careers in international law

Join us for an illuminating panel discussion featuring several distinguished experts in international law who will share their professional journeys and provide valuable insights into navigating careers in international law.

Our guest speakers represent a diverse range of professional backgrounds, including government agencies, international organisations and academia. The discussion will be opened by one of the foremost experts in the field, Associate Professor Imogen Saunders, Director of the ANU Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL).

New book by ANU Law scholar investigates gender inequality in Pacific land tenure

From discrimination to death: genocide process through a human rights lens

Dr Melanie O'Brien's research aims to construct a paradigm of the genocidal process through human rights violations to function as a map to prevent future genocides. It conducts a comparative assessment of the process of the Armenian Genocide, Holocaust, and Cambodian Genocide, examining the timeline of human rights violations that occurred in those genocides; and the use of the law to carry out these violations.


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