- Professor Christina Voigt
- Dr Joshua Meltzer
International law increasingly faces a complex future. New challenges are constantly arising for the international community, often driven by technological developments. At the same time, existing challenges continue but manifest in new ways.
On 4 June the Australian Federal Police executed a search warrant at the home of Annika Smethurst, a News Corp Journalist, in connection with stories published in April 2018 on possible new powers for one of Australia’s intelligence agencies, the...
- Chris Flynn
The post-war multilateral framework of international finance, trade and law is being changed or replaced to accommodate China’s re-emergence as a great power.
- Justice Alan Robertson
This paper begins by looking at the state of federal administrative law in Australia just before the time the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976 (Cth) was enacted and how it was then considered that courts dealt with findings of fact on judicial...
- The Hon Justice Susan Kenny, Federal Court of Australia
ANU Press, the Federal Court of Australia and the Centre for International and Public law, ANU invites you to the launch of The Court As Archive, edited by Ann Genovese, Trish Luker, Kim Rubenstein, by Her Honour, Justice Susan Kenny of the Federal...
- Helen Brady
Due to unforeseen circumstances this event will be postponed until a later date. We apologise for any inconvenience.
- The Honourable Justice Robert Osborn
- Professor Mark Nolan SFHEA
Ever wondered what really happens in a ‘cold case’? What are jury trials really like? Join Professor Mark Nolan for a conversation with ANU Law’s Judge in Residence,...
- The Hon Justice Alan Robertson
- Will Randles
- Associate Professor Heather Roberts
Have you ever wondered what a typical week’s work looks like for a Justice of the Federal Court of Australia? How do Judges prepare for court sittings, and what happens in chambers? What does an Associate do, and what skills are required to perform the role?
- Alain Délétroz
- Taylor Landis
Throughout recent decades, warfare has evolved to feature greater involvement of armed non-State actors (ANSAs). Today, the majority of armed conflicts around the world are marked by the participation of at least one ANSA. By increasing humanitarian...
- Camille Goodman, Attorney-General's Department
While the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (‘LOSC’) clearly gives coastal States ‘sovereign rights’ to explore, exploit, conserve and manage the living resources of the 200 nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ), the nature and...