ANU College of Law Research Seminar Series 2021

ANU College of Law Research Seminar Series

The ANU College of Law Research Seminar Series forms an important part of the College's Research Strategy.

The series aims to showcase the diverse legal research being undertaken by scholars at ANU College of Law. It provides a weekly opportunity for academic staff, College visitors and HDR candidates to engage in conversations with high-impact researchers and enrich our research community.  

Where possible, seminars in this series will be scheduled at lunchtime each Wednesday during teaching periods.

ANU Law welcomes members of the ANU Community, external stakeholders and the general public to attend any of the sessions in this series.

Regulating Truth and Lies in Political Advertising: Implied Freedom Considerations
1.00PM to 2.00PM ANU College of Law Research Seminar
  • Kieran Pender

Join Visiting Fellow Kieran Pender as he discusses his research on implied freedom considerations in the design of truth in political advertising laws.

Past events

Human Rights Act 2004 of the ACT
1.00PM to 2.00PM
  • Professor Miho Aoi

Join ANU College of Law Visiting Fellow Professor Miho Aoi as she discusses her research on the Human Rights Act 2004 (HRA) of the ACT. Her overall research plan is on the mode of Australian human rights protection, which can be said to be an exception compared to the global constitutionalism.

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