Join our alumni panel in this online discussion hosted by ANU Law Reform and Social Justice that explores careers in social justice, law reform and advocacy.
- Dr Gabrielle Appleby
- Professor Megan Davis
Hosted by the ANU College of Law Visitors Committee, this seminar will be presented by Dr Gabrielle Appleby and Professor Megan Davis and chaired by Professor James Stellios FAAL.
Who makes our clothes and under what conditions do they work? Join experts and student research interns from ANU College of Law who will discuss the emerging patterns of corporate reporting on modern slavery.
- Khomotso Moshikaro, Trinity College, the University of Cambridge and the University of Cape Town
Khomotso Moshikaro will talk to the ANU Law and Philosophy Forum about the ethics of fair labelling in criminal law, and how this relates to our understanding of criminal wrongdoing.
Join us as we speak to members of the ANU College of Law LGBTIQA* community about their experiences as students to leading change where they work now.
Join Bruce Cahan (Stanford University School of Engineering), Dr Cassandra Steer (ANU College of Law), Dr Damian Clifford (ANU College of Law) and Dr Pip Ryan (ANU College of Law) in this panel discussion.
In this launch event for Women in Law ANU (WILA), we will hear from some of our alumni and prominent women in law and ask what their experience has been like in the legal sector.
- Professor Donald Rothwell FAAL
- Emeritus Professor Tim Bonyhady AM, FAAH, FASSA
- Emeritus Professor Stephen Bottomley FAAL
- Professor Peta Spender FAAL
- Professor Fiona Wheeler FAAL
Join a panel of some of the ANU CoL’s most senior and experienced Professors will come together in a zoom roundtable to share their reflections on how they were able to sustain and build their research careers, and some of the lessons learned which can be applied during the pandemic.
- Dr Kathryn Greenman
Hosted by ANU Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL), join this online event with visiting fellow Dr Kathryn Greenman (UTS) to discuss her latest book ‘State Responsibility and Rebels: The History and Legacy of Protecting Investment Against Revolution’ (Cambridge University Press, 2021) with CIPL Director, Professor Leighton McDonald.
- Dr Carwyn Jones
Hosted by the ANU College of Law Visitors Committee, this seminar will be presented by Dr Carwyn Jones.