ABC Radio National broadcast of Big Ideas program on Utopian Thinking - recorded on 28 March at a joint event presented by the National Library of Australia and ANU Law's Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities.
- John Borrows, University of Victoria
Learning outside the classroom, on and from the land, could give us greater insights about the nature of our legal relationships.
- Professor Gerry Simpson, London School of Economics
For two decades now, I have been reading books and listening to lectures in which (and working among international lawyers for whom) the Cold War is configured as absence or gap or excuse.
- Dr John Hewson AM
- Professor Glenn Withers AO
- Professor Meredith Edwards AM
- Ms Katharine Murphy
Australia has a strong history of good policies built on well-researched evidence, but in this ‘post truth’ world, it is clear that evidence-based policy making has fallen on hard times. Join our eminent panel as it discusses how to revive good government.
- Professor James Stellios
- Mr David Savage
In a number of recent cases, police forces have taken well-publicised actions which became part of the narrative of election campaigns in Australia.
The ANU Legal Workshop will be in attendance at the UNSW Law Society Law Careers Fair. Understanding your options for your Practical Legal Training (PLT) is critical to enable you to make choices that are right for you on the next step in your career.
- Dr Andrew Skeels, Palliative Medicine Specialist, Clare Holland House
- Shayne Higson, Spokesperson, Go Gentle Australia
- Professor Thomas Faunce, ANU College of Law
Thomas More wrote a book, coined a word… and changed the world. Since then, Utopia has beckoned to dreamers, thinkers, and critics across the globe. It has appealed to the very best in us. But it has also drawn out the very worst in us. And after 500 years, utopia seems as far off as ever.
- David Marr
Most Australians despise what Pauline Hanson stands for, yet politics in this country is now orbiting around One Nation.
This is a fantastic opportunity for law and justice students to come along and meet representatives of the ANU GDLP program, who can answer all your questions regarding your compulsory Professional Legal Training.