Justice

PhD candidate Bal Kama on juggling work, study, and media outreach

The Constitutional - Dr Liz Curran Episode 5

An off-campus edition with an off-campus member of the ANU College of Law. Dr Liz Curran teaches the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice out of Melbourne. She is passionate about Multidisciplinary Justice Partnerships, an emerging area of front line law that Liz’s research is helping to grow worldwide. In ‘The Constitutional’, inspiring ANU Law academics take retired Canberra radio host Alex Sloan for a walk around the grounds of the Australian National University, while they talk about justice, equality, discrimination, education, aspirations and anything else that matters.

The Constitutional - Margie Rowe Episode 3

A favourite among students, Margie Rowe teaches family law after a long career practising family, community and youth law. But that is just the beginning of her contribution. In ‘The Constitutional’, inspiring ANU Law academics take retired Canberra radio host Alex Sloan for a walk around the grounds of the Australian National University, while they talk about justice, equality, discrimination, education, aspirations and anything else that matters.

The Constitutional - Amelia Simpson Episode 2

Dr Amelia Simpson took a left turn on route to the High Court of Australia and found her calling as an academic. In ‘The Constitutional’, inspiring ANU Law academics take retired Canberra radio host Alex Sloan for a walk around the grounds of the Australian National University, while they talk about justice, equality, discrimination, education, aspirations and anything else that matters.

The Constitutional - Asmi Wood Episode 1

Associate Professor Asmi Wood is the kind of lecturer who receives thank you cards from his students at the end of the semester. His research areas include constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians, and Indigenous participation in higher education. In 'The Constitutional', inspiring ANU Law academics take retired Canberra radio host Alex Sloan for a walk around the grounds of the Australian National University, while they talk about justice, equality, discrimination, education, aspirations and anything else that matters.

The Constitutional - Introduction

If you’ve never visited the ANU campus you should add it to your list of places to wander. It’s a sprawling campus in the heart of Canberra, with the city on one edge, Lake Burley Griffin on another, and the native bushlands of Black Mountain to the west.

Doing the research I do has left scars: Challenges of researching in the transitional justice field

Transitional justice research involves critical examination of difficult topics that can raise ethical and methodological issues for participants and for researchers. Empirical research is a common approach to transitional justice studies in the field, yet researchers’ accounts of the tensions that can arise when undertaking research in politically sensitive environments are largely missing from the scholarly literature.

National conference to show importance of law reform for Australia

MH17: the legal path to justice

Crunch time coming for human rights in North Korea

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