Join us in this discussion as our panel of experts explore China's rule-of-law project under Xi Jinping's rule.
- Professor Anne Twomey
During the January bushfires, the Prime Minister observed that using the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to provide aid was ‘testing the limits of constitutionally defined roles and responsibilities’. The ‘Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements’ was established to inquire into these limits.
Join Dr John Eldridge as he talks about the clauses which regulate the form of contracts by way of ‘variation’ state agreed rules, rather than mandatory rules, and that matters such as the scope and operation of such clauses are issues of intention which must be resolved by construction.
Join Natasha Cica, co-editor of Griffith Review 69: The European Exchange, as she explores the richness of the links, legacies and points of difference between Australia and Europe in terms of policy, culture, memory and more. What is the impact of current challenges on the exchange between Europe and Australia – and how might its future possibilities be reimagined?
Where can your law degree from ANU take you? Let our alumni give you an idea in this panel discussion.
This webinar series seeks to address the new meaning, scope and representation of surveillance in the time of COVID-19 and initiate a conversation between arts, humanities and the various fields which surveillance is used.
- Dr Dilan Thampapillai
Join Dr Dilan Thampapillai as he argues that consideration and conscience are inadequate tools for contract law in the face of the coronavirus pandemic using examples of the higher education sector and the National Rugby League.
Are you considering applying for a position as a Judge’s Associate or Tipstaff after graduation? Join us as we speak to alumni who currently have or recently completed an Associateship about their experiences and advice on applying for one.
- Dr Jelena Gligorijevic
Join Dr Jelena Gligorijevic as she discusses freedom of expression, liberalism and harmful expression in this research seminar.
- Associate Professor Jolyon Ford
Join Associate Professor Jolyon Ford as he explores some design assumptions behind the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cwth), Australia’s new non-punitive yet mandatory corporate reporting scheme on human rights risks in supply chains.