- Professor Gillian Triggs, Vice-Chancellor's Fellow at the University of Melbourne
- Associate Professor Skye Saunders, ANU College of Law
- Associate Professor Vivien Holmes, ANU College of Law
Gillian Triggs will be in conversation with Skye Saunders about Gillian's new book, Speaking Up. As President of the Human Rights Commission, Gillian Triggs advocated for the disempowered, the disenfranchised, and the marginalised.
- Lynette Williams, Clifford Chance LLP, London
The third lunch in the series features alumna Lynette Williams (MGovComLaw ’03), Global Director of Client & Market Development at law firm Clifford Chance LLP in London.
- Frances Adamson, Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Frances Adamson, Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, will discuss the need to extend the rules-based international order to Space.
- Professor Lorana Bartels, University of Canberra
Australia’s prison population is at unprecedented levels, with over 42,000 people in full-time custody in March 2018.
- Maria Falas
In the lead up to Mental Health Week, the ACT Law Society is providing a free seminar presented by Maria Falas, Head of Mental Health and Wellbeing from OnePath Life Limited (legalsuper’s group insurer).
- David Olsson, China Practice Consultant at King & Wood Mallesons
Are you unsure of where your ANU law degree can take you? Want to hear real advice from experienced professionals in the field?
- Julian Burnside AO QC,Melbourne based barrister, human rights and refugee advocate
- Marion Lê AM, Registered Migration Agent and Human Rights advocate
The treatment of asylum seekers today in Australia can be considered one of Australia’s greatest social, moral and legal injustices.
- Professor Rosalind Croucher, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission
The Freilich Foundation is pleased to invite you to this year's Alice Tay Lecture in Law and Human Rights.
- Dr Daniel Ghezelbash, Senior Lecturer, Macquarie Law School and Director of the Macquarie University Social Justice Clinic
In August, Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister explicitly stated that the country should follow Australia’s ‘Operation Sovereign Borders’ policy of not allowing asylum seekers who arrive by boat to enter Australia and apply for protection visas.
- Professor Neil Boister, University of Canterbury
- Professor Robert Cribb, Australian National University
- Dr Kirsten Sellars, author
At the post-war Tokyo Tribunal, the Allied powers charged Japanese leaders with waging aggressive war, and committing war crimes against prisoners-ofwar and civilians.