International Law

International Law Clinic invites students to solve real-world problems

Monetary law: Private, constitutional and international law

Dr Bateman will be investigating the role of legislation in establishing the legal architectures which frame which monetary transactions and the way that legislation allocates constitutional authority over money between different organs of state. Of particular importance is the growth of legislation governing the nature of currency, the limits on currency issues and the capacity to regulate private financial market credit creation.

Regulatory insights on artificial intelligence: Research for policy

This project is a collaboration with the Centre for AI and Data Governance at SMU Singapore. The project’s research outcomes manifest in 12 essays in the forthcoming book Regulatory Insights on Artificial Intelligence: Research for Policy (Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2021, Findlay, Ford, Seoh and Thamapillai editors). The project contributions consider various aspects of legal and regulatory governance of artificial intelligence.

Asia dialogue on governance of responsible artificial intelligence

Hosted by Singapore Management University and funded by Microsoft Asia, this research dialogue on artificial intelligence (AI) governance aims to provide a framework for engaging the governance of AI technologies from an Asian perspective bringing together a multi-disciplinary group of leading researchers on AI governance from academic institutions, across the region. The key objective of the dialogue would be to foster the exchange of views on the governance of AI in Asia and deepen research collaboration in areas relevant to industry, governments, cultures and communities.

New article examines legal implications of Legal Autonomous Maritime Systems

Lessons to be learned from and for law and development doctrine in the context of global law

In the traditional law and development doctrine the main goal was economic, since the legal development was needed to enable economic growth. Today, strengthening of the rule of law links with a variety of goals as can be illustrated by the example of the United Nation's (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The goal is about promoting just, peaceful and inclusive societies. Law is, however, not only relevant for that one, but in fact needed for reaching all the other goals as well.

ANU postgraduate elective to equip students with legal expertise to tackle cyber warfare

Behind the scenes at the International Court of Justice

ANU Law professors co-edit book analysing Law of the Sea from new horizons


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