- Jamila Rizvi
Jamila Rizvi will be in conversation with Daryl Karp on Jamila's new book Not Just Lucky. Why Women Do The Work But Don't Take The Credit, which exposes the secret shame of Australian workplaces: that offices, factories, shops and worksites remain gendered, unfair and unequal. Jamila's book explores the confidence deficit holding women back, the barriers to career success this can create, and how they might be overcome. Accessible and timely, this is essential reading for Australian women.
Welcome to the ANU GDLP 2017 ALSA conference in Canberra presented by the Australian Law Students' Association (ALSA).
Several colleagues will share their ideas about requiring students to reflect on their learning as part of course assessment.
- Professor Stephen Bottomley
Professor Stephen Bottomley, Dean of the ANU College of Law, invites you to the ANU Law London Alumni Reception for alumni living and working in the United Kingdom.
- Dr Etienne Henry, CIPL Visiting Fellow
- Associate Professor Jolyon Ford, ANU College of Law
Join a group of 20-25 CIPL members at a monthly brown bag (BYO) lunch to hear short presentations by specialists on recent developments in international law, followed by general discussion.
Sarah's thesis examines Thailand’s experience with rights recognition, litigation and adjudication.
Understanding your options for your Practical Legal Training (PLT) is critical to enable you to make choices that are right for you on the next step in your career.
The Centre for International and Public Law is proud to host a panel discussion during National Reconciliation Week. Each panel member will speak on an aspect of their research that affects Indigenous communities.
- Professor Leslie Levin, University of Connecticut
In this presentation Professor Levin looks at the circumstances under which legal professions throughout the world, through mandatory and voluntary lawyer associations, attempt to influence the law by either advocating for legal change or opposing it.
The ANU Legal Workshop will be in attendance at the University of Wollongong combined Clerskship/Careers Fair. Understanding your options for your Practical Legal Training (PLT) is critical to enable you to make choices that are right for you on the next step in your career.