- Professor Michael Schmitt
- Professor Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg
- Dr William Boothby
Cyber has become a critical factor in assessing and applying the legal permissions and limitations that surround national security, armed conflict, and transnational organised crime.
- Paul Maharg, Distinguished Professor of Practice, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) Board has agreed to introduce a common assessment for all entrants to the profession in England & Wales from 2020, called the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE).
- Professor Mariana Valverde, University of Toronto
- Professor Desmond Manderson, ANU College of Law
Where and when is law? Asking this question means engaging with the boundaries, orientations, perspectives, and scales of law. Setting law in space and time calls for a study of law in context.
- Fiona McLeod, President of the Law Council of Australia
- Noor Blumer, ACT woman lawyer of the year (2016)
The LSS and Clayton Utz proudly presents the annual Women in Law Breakfast.
- A/Prof Joo-Cheong Tham, Melbourne Law School
Recent controversies in Australia have prompted a push to ban foreign political donations. The presentation cautions against this by casting doubt on the main rationale for such a ban - that ‘foreigners’ are not members of the nation’s political community, and therefore are not entitled to influence its political process, including through political donations.
- Professor Paul Maharg, York University, Toronto
- Professor Debra Nestel, Monash Medical School
- Julienne Jen, The University of Hong Kong
- Lucy Evans, Flinders University Law School
A workshop on interdisciplinary learning and teaching in legal education
The use of simulated clients in legal education derives from medical education’s simulated patients (SPs), where lay people (ie persons not medically trained) are trained to do three things well: first, simulate specific medical conditions, second, assess the patient-facing skills of communication and physical examination, third, to give feedback on those skills to learners.
- Dr Paul Taylor, CIPL Visiting Fellow
Come have a chat with GDLP lecturers Tracey Mylecharane and Amy Begley about doing your Practical Legal Training here at ANU.
- David Mason, ANU College of Law
David's thesis asks “Is the use of mercenaries in international armed conflict lawful under International Humanitarian Law?”
The ANU Legal Workshop will be in attendance to help you understand your options for your Practical Legal Training (PLT) so you can make choices on the next step in your career that are right for you.