- Julian Burnside QC
Join Julian Burnside QC as he shares his expertise on important areas for domestic and international refugee law reform.
- Professor Volker Skwarek
Join Professor Volker Skwarek and Dr Philippa Ryan as they talk about standardising blockchain for legally binding smart contracts and more.
Join us as we celebrate the life and outstanding contributions made by Professor Thomas Faunce.
- Dr Dorota Gozdecka
Today’s research seminar is sponsored by the Centre for Law Arts and Humanities. It presents Dorota Gozdecka’s creative work in the burgeoning new area of theatrical jurisprudence.
The presentation will focus on the process of writing of a...
- Donna M. Nagy
Misleading Silence as the Basis for Insider Trading Liability under the U.S. Federal Securities Laws
The ANU LRSJ Indigenous Reconciliation Project is hosting a panel discussion on Next Steps: Towards Reconciliation.
Melbourne Law School’s Institute for International Law and the Humanities and ABC Radio National’s Big Ideas are hosting a public discussion on The Politics of Art.
- Professor Gary Edmond
This paper explains why the adversarial trial has not been an effective mechanism for regulating the admission and use of many forms of forensic science evidence. Drawing upon mainstream scientific research, and using an historical study of reported...
- Tecber Ahmed Saleh
Tecber Ahmed Saleh lives in the Saharawi refugee camps in south-west Algeria and will visit Australia to talk about Western Sahara, Africa’s last colony. Tecber works in the Ministry of Health in the Saharawi refugee camps where she was born. She will...
- Likim Ng
HDR student Likim Ng presents her thesis paper.