- 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.
If you are an experienced professional, a current undergraduate student, or have just finished your degree and are considering further study, you're invited to join us at the Postgraduate Study & Networking Forum on Monday 20 May from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at the Cultural Centre, Kambri Precinct, on campus at ANU.
In this forum, a panel of leading interdisciplinary experts from law, technology and national security will examine the legal, technical and political challenges of protecting Australia from cybercrime.
Professor Sally Wheeler OBE, (Dean, ANU College of Law), warmly invites colleagues and friends to attend the memorial service to celebrate the life and outstanding contributions made by Emeritus Professor Michael Coper AO FAAL, former Dean of the ANU College of Law 1998 – 2012.
Find out all you need to know about applying for Australia's most sought-after postgraduate and research scholarships.
The LRSJ is pleased to host Nathan MacDonald from the Law Council of Australia (LCA) this Friday, 3 May at 1pm in the Phillipa Weeks Library
- Phil Green PSM
- Benjamin Smith
This seminar brings together speakers who will examine campaign finance regulation from two distinct perspectives.
- Dr Anne Macduff
- Dr Dorota Anna Gozdecka
Feeling lost in a postfeminist legal world? Has postfeminism got your legal goat?
The Legal Forecast is a national organisation run by early-career lawyers and law students, who are passionate about disruptive thinking in the legal space and access to justice.
- Professor Nan Seuffert
In this talk Professor Seuffert (University of Wollongong) will address issues for refugees who are sexual minorities in Australia’s detention centres in the broader context of International Law and Australia's refugee law and policy. She will also touch on a current project analysing refugee claims based on transgender status in the new process using the Australian Administrative Tribunal.