How and where to publish

This session will discuss how to identify appropriate publishers/journals and how to maximise the chances of acceptance of your work.

What to publish: Formulating your research plan

This session will assist you to develop a coherent and strategic research plan. What should you write and/or publish and why?

Chair: Pauline Bomball

Dr Heather Roberts receives DECRA for judicial research

Do ‘perfect’ doctors do more harm?

What is a lawyer?

Disaster recovery and mass relocation: how to predict legal roadblocks

Intersections: The inaugural ANU Law HDR forum

On 5 May 2017, the ANU College of Law will hold its inaugural ANU Law HDR Forum with the theme of ‘Intersections’. This is a student-led initiative that aims to facilitate the building of connections both between ANU Law HDR students and with the wider ANU Law community. Recognising that many HDR students are not able to be present on campus regularly, and that this can hinder the development of connections amongst the cohort, this event aims to bring students together by providing a forum which facilitates conversation, networking and collaboration, and which builds capacities.

Older, wiser and eager to learn: 60-year-old PhD student creates connections for older students

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.

ANU legal research ‘invaluable’ to judiciary: High Court Justice


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