- Professor Rachael Field, Bond Law School
Research in Australia and America has shown that law students’ wellbeing may significantly decrease during their undergraduate degree. Implicit in such research is the assumption academic staff have a role to play in the maintenance of psychological wellbeing in their students.
- Dr Stephen Tang, ANU College of Law
- Associate Professor Kath Hall, ANU College of Law
In a joint endeavour between the ANU College of Law Wellbeing Initiative and law students, we are holding a panel event focusing on student wellbeing and the stigma around failure.
- Bruce Whittaker, Ashurst
- William Brydie-Watson, UNIDROIT
- Ashna Taneja, Bird & Bird
The first Australian national consultation event regarding the MAC Protocol, a future international treaty that will facilitate efficient financing of high value mining, agricultural and construction equipment.
- Catherine Kessedjian, Professor Emerita, University Panthéon-Assas Paris II
The UNCITRAL has launched negotiations for the reform of investor-state dispute resolution to address states' concerns over a process that they feel has gotten out of hand. Professor Kessedjian will reflect on some of the criticism and discuss what solutions could be crafted to address them.
At ANU Open Day, you'll see, hear and discover why the ANU College of Law is ranked 12th in the world for Law*, and how you can join over 19,000 graduates who are using their ANU law degree to make a difference in Australia and around the world.
- Dr Craig Reynolds, Honorary Professor, School of Culture, History & Language, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
- Professor Anthony Connolly, ANU College of Law and ANU Academic Board
- Sarah Bishop, PhD candidate, ANU College of Law
The criminal trial of a senior Thai academic along with four others that commenced this July 2018 has thrown a sharp spotlight on conditions in Thailand’s universities since the military seized government there in 2014.
- Sean Murphy, Manatt/Ahn Professor of International Law, George Washington University Law School
In 2014, the UN International Law Commission embarked on the drafting of articles for what may become a new Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes against Humanity. In 2017, the Commission completed a first draft of the project, consisting of a preamble, fifteen articles, and an annex, with commentary.
- Likim Ng
- Alice Taylor
The Three Minute Thesis is an international competition for higher degree research students to showcase their research.
- Dr Julia Powles, New York University School of Law
- Mr Will Bateman, ANU College of Law
Artificial intelligence and automation have been spruiked as critical parts of public sector reform.
- Professor Rosalind Dixon, UNSW
Much recent work has focused on the ways in which liberal democratic constitutionalism can be eroded from within, including by manipulating law and the tools of constitutional change. Courts are often seen as an indispensable protection for a democratic constitutional order, and there are indeed examples of courts guarding against abusive forms of constitutional and legal change.