Past events

05
Sep
2019
the court as archive
5.30PM to 6.30PM Book launch
  • Professor Linda Mulcahy

Until the late 20th century, ‘an archive’ generally meant a repository for documents, as well as the generic name for the wide range of documents the repository might hold. An archive could be visited, and then also searched, to discover past actions...

04
Sep
2019
Mark Goodale
1.00PM to 2.00PM Distinguished Visiting Mentor
  • Professor Mark Goodale

Based on long-term ethnographic research on the “revolution by constitution” in contemporary Bolivia, this talk will examine the theoretical implications of the country’s turn to law as the principle mechanism of structural change and justice-seeking....

03
Sep
2019
United Nations
1.00PM to 2.00PM Measuring the impact of Australia’s 2013-2014 term as an elected member of the United Nations Security Council
  • Michael Bliss

At this ‘In Conversation’ event, Michael Bliss, a senior DFAT international lawyer and Visiting Fellow at the ANU College of Law, will share findings from his current research project, which seeks to assess the impact of Australia’s term on the United...

03
Sep
2019
The dynamics of the trial: Empirical investigations into courtroom interact
1.00PM to 5.00PM Panel discussion

ANU Law presents Professor Linda Mulcahy, Professor Mark Nolan, Professor Sharyn Roach Anleu and Professor David Tait

31
Aug
2019
ANU Open Day
9.00AM to 4.00PM Open Day

ANU Open Day is the best way to experience Australia's national university. Meet students, academics and staff from across the University.

29
Aug
2019
Masterclass Examining the PhD Thesis
11.00AM to 1.00PM Workshop

This Masterclass is available to ANU College of Law PhD Students who are interested in understanding what examiners are looking for when marking a PhD thesis. It is also suitable for Early Career Researchers who would like some insight into how to mark a PhD thesis.

28
Aug
2019
Tarun Khaitan
1.00PM to 2.00PM College seminar

Political parties have featured in constitutional practice and theory largely in the context of party bans by militant democracies. In this paper, I will argue that democratic constitutions should seek to achieve two design...

26
Aug
2019
Alison Renteln
2.00PM to 4.00PM Masterclass
  • Professor Alison Dundes Renteln

This Masterclass will explore how to undertake ground-breaking research on the complex relationship between culture and law. The rule of law requires that like cases be treated alike. But what does this mean when it comes to cultural differences? How...

22
Aug
2019
Rachel Joy, Eumeralla Wars (2017)
12.00PM to 4.30PM Workshop

This event brings together artists and scholars from around Australia and overseas, established and early career, working in innovative ways on the cusp between law and visual studies.

22
Aug
2019
human rights
12.00PM to 2.00PM Symposium

Moderated by Professor Alison Renteln of the University of Southern California, this event will focus on the human rights protection of identity including citizenship rights, cultural identity, and indigenous issues and will consider whether (and how)...

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