- Tony Zhou, Corpus Christi College, the University of Cambridge
Join Tony Zhou as he discusses the concept of harm, the extent to which risks can count as harms, and implications for legal duties in this session of the ANU Law and Philosophy Forum.
- Ye Yint
Join Ye Yint, Labour Market Governance Programme of ILO Myanmar, as she explores Myanmar's contemporary labour affairs with a focus on the local and international Trade Unions role and efforts in the resistance and pro-democracy movement in this session of the ANU College of Law research seminar series.
The ANU JIM program enables and supports Jobs, Internships and Mentoring for students enrolled at ANU College of Law. Join us in this session as we meet prospective employers from regional areas.
Join us in the inaugural ANU Defamation Law Conference, focusing on the changing landscape of defamation law.
- Professor Fleur Johns
The 2021 Annual Kirby Lecture in International, hosted by the Centre for Public and International Law, will be delivered by Professor Fleur Johns (UNSW Sydney).
Join Dr Levy and Dr O’Flynn in this ANU Law and Philosophy Forum event as they discuss the theoretical foundations and normative value of deliberative peace referendums, in a range of conflict situations.
This symposium aims to review the 60-year history of the Antarctic Treaty and reflect upon the strengths and weaknesses of the associated Antarctic Treaty System. Australia’s role will be particularly considered and the future of the Treaty will be assessed.
- Associate Professor Imogen Saunders
- Hon Justice James Edelman
- Professor Hilary Charlesworth
- Professor Anthea Roberts
Hosted by the ANU Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL), this symposium will serve to launch and discuss Associate Professor Imogen Saunders' book, General Principles as a Source of International Law: Article 38(1)(c) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice (Hart Publishing, 2021).
Join ANU College of Asia Pacific and ANU College of Law in this two-day event series addressing modern slavery in the Oceania region and beyond.
- Associate Professor Joshua Neoh
Join Associate Professor Joshua Neoh as he explores what is wrong with slavery and its implications in this session of the ANU College of Law research seminar series.