- A/Prof Rosanne Kennedy
- A/Prof Jolyon Ford
<>Denial tells the story of when historian Deborah Lipstadt was pursued in the UK courts by a notorious Holocaust denier in the Irving v Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt case. Due to libel laws favouring the plaintiff at that time, the onus fell on Lipstadt to prove that Irving was wrong - effectively putting the truth of the Holocaust on trial.
Complicit is a documentary filmed under the radar over 3 years, following the journey of Yi Yeting, a Chinese migrant factory worker with work-induced leukaemia, who learns labour law in order to defend the millions of workers like him against the powerful electronics companies.
- Kon Karapanagiotidis, CEO, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
ASRC Founder and CEO Kon Karapanagiotidis, warmly invites you to this four hour workshop to share the findings of our ground-breaking ‘Words That Work’ messaging research that was led by communications expert Anat Shenker-Osorio, and discuss how this has informed the development of a values based conversation framework.
Learn about the legal issues impacting counter-terrorism, citizenship, race relations, climbing imprisonment rates and the South China Sea.
The ANU College of Law is committed to health and wellbeing in the law, for all our students and academic and professional staff. This is the inaugural Wellbeing in the Law Week, presented by the ANU College of Law Wellbeing Initiative and the ANU Law Students' Society.
- Melanie Poole
- Sam Watts
- Nishadee Perera
- William Mudford
Four recent ANU Law graduates will talk about the career paths they have taken since graduating, from Masters study to refugee advocacy, legal aid representation to health policy.
- David Marr
Most Australians despise what Pauline Hanson stands for, yet politics in this country is now orbiting around One Nation.
Want to find out more about who ANU Law Reform and Social Justice are, or what we do? Are you interested in joining a project? Do you have ideas you are burning to share with like-minded students? Come along to our Info Session in Week 3!
- Marcelle Burns, University of New England
- Jennifer Nielsen, Southern Cross University
In this paper, we share our reflections on our success in using theory as a practice to challenge the wicked problem of racism in the law classroom.
- Dr Joshua Rosenzweig, Amnesty International
- Professor Terence Halliday, Northwestern University; Regnet, ANU
- Professor Sarah Biddulph, University of Melbourne
- Professor Susan Trevaskes, Griffith University
Four years into the Xi Jinping leadership, it is appropriate to begin assessing the effects of his ‘governing the nation according to the law’ 依法治国 platform.