Who makes our clothes and under what conditions do they work? Join experts and student research interns from ANU College of Law who will discuss the emerging patterns of corporate reporting on modern slavery.
Join ANU Law Reform and Social Justice (LRSJ) and ANU Film Group in the movie screening of Collective (2019), a documentary about a team of investigative journalists who uncover massive health care fraud in the wake of the devastating 2015 fire at the Colectiv club in Bucharest, Romania.
- Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins
Interested in working in the area of Indigenous justice or the justice system more widely? Join us for an in conversation with Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins. We will discuss Anthony’s new book, 'Belonging: A Novel', and how to effectively work in the sector with integrity.
- The Honourable Shane Rattenbury
Join GreenLaw and the Law Reform and Social Justice Program (LRSJ) in the launch of the first ever comprehensive Practical Guide to Law and Protests in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
Join the ANU Law Reform and Social Justice (LRSJ) Indigenous Reconciliation Project and ANU Law Students' Society (LSS) in this webinar on raising the age of criminal responsibility and how the Council’s decision disproportionately affects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth communities.
Join the ANU Law Reform and Social Justice and ANU Film Group in the movie screening of Dark Waters. The screening is followed by an eminent panel of environmental law experts and activists: Dr Jonathan Liljeblad (ANU College of Law Senior Lecturer), Melanie Montalban (ACT Environmental Defenders Office Managing Lawyer) and Annika Reynolds (LRSJ GreenLaw founder).
Join the Law Reform and Social Justice (LRSJ) annual launch and recruitment drive to hear from our director, Associate Professor Matthew Zagor, our student leaders to learn about how to get involved.
Law Reform and Social Justice (LRSJ) has invited three national experts to share their views on the adequacy of existing legal regimes, and the relationship between the extractive industries, Indigenous communities, and the law.
Join our expert panel as we discuss how our laws protect our national landmarks, conserve vulnerable ecosystems and safeguard our species amid an extinction emergency.
Where can your law degree from ANU take you? Let our alumni give you an idea in this panel discussion.