Have you ever wondered what happens when the legal and the aesthetic meet? What happens at the intersection of the word and the image? The written word so indispensable for our contemporary legal education often proves to be an insurmountable challenge when we encounter ethical dilemmas.
- Peter Burnett
Peter Burnett has been researching Australia’s national policies on Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD).
- Marcelle Burns, University of New England
- Jennifer Nielsen, Southern Cross University
In this paper, we share our reflections on our success in using theory as a practice to challenge the wicked problem of racism in the law classroom.
Centre for Law, Art and Humanities would like to invite ANU College of Law students interested in law, theatre and performing arts to join ANU College of Law’s new Antigone drama group.
The National Security Careers Night is an exclusive careers night for university graduates and young professionals who work in the national security community or aspire to do so.
- Professor Kim Rubenstein, ANU College of Law
- Jacqueline Field
- Dr Suzanne Akila, Assistant Director, Legal, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
With the first announced instance of an Australian dual citizen, Khaled Sharrouf, having his citizenship stripped, CIPL invites you to a seminar around the recent release of Kim Rubenstein’s 2nd edition of Australian Citizenship Law (Thomson Reuters, December 2016).
Recent executive orders issues by President Donald Trump have shocked many and created an unprecedented travel crisis.
- Dr Joshua Rosenzweig, Amnesty International
- Professor Terence Halliday, Northwestern University; Regnet, ANU
- Professor Sarah Biddulph, University of Melbourne
- Professor Susan Trevaskes, Griffith University
Four years into the Xi Jinping leadership, it is appropriate to begin assessing the effects of his ‘governing the nation according to the law’ 依法治国 platform.
- Marcelle Burns
- Jennifer Neilsen
Dealing with the wicked problem of racism – using theory as praxis
In 2014, we co-facilitated the specialist elective ‘Race and the Law’ as an LLB summer school intensive. Our pedagogical design was informed by Indigenous...
- John Flockton, Corrective Services NSW
Since 2007 John Flockton has worked with Corrective Services NSW as Clinical Director/Senior Specialist (Forensic) Psychologist at the High Risk Management Correctional Centre in Goulburn which houses extreme high security inmates including those convicted or remanded under Commonwealth and NSW anti-terrorism legislation.