- Professor Alison Dundes Renteln
Names serve as important symbolic representations of individual identities and as a crucial tool for state documentation of those who reside within their borders. This analysis considers the extent to which the right to a name is protected under...
- Dr Yasmin Naqvi
- Dr Ross Burns
- Pawel Krzysiek
The International Committee of the Red Cross is launching the latest edition of its quarterly academic review about the conflict in Syria.
- Justice Alan Robertson
- Dr Philippa Ryan
For the next event in our Visiting Judges Program, Justice Alan Robertson will focus on the impact on barristers and on Australian courts of developments in technology from 1980 to the present. Dr Philippa Ryan, from the ANU College of Law, will speak...
For decades now, family law has been an area of law subject to much debate, criticism and government reform. In March 2019, the Australian Law Reform Commission handed down its report on a full and comprehensive review family law system, entitled ‘Family Law for the Future: An Inquiry into the Family Law System.’
- Robyn Frost
- Frances Anggadi
Pacific leaders last year "acknowledged the urgency and importance of securing the region’s maritime boundaries as a key issue for the development and security of the region" (49th Pacific Islands Forum Communique). Robyn Frost, from the Department of...
- Kieran Pender
ANU Law’s Global Passport Series is a student lunch series that welcomes alumni back to the college to share career experiences and advice.
- Professor Kevin Heller
If John F. Kennedy had not been assassinated on November 22, 1963, would the US have committed ground troops to Vietnam – a decision that led to what is widely recognised as the worst debacle in American military history? This counterfactual what-if,...
Together with Professor Donald Rothwell, Professor of International Law at the ANU College of Law, Zainab will explore Pakistan’s use of the death penalty, which is amongst the harshest in the world, accounting for 13% of global executions and 14% of worldwide death sentences.
LRSJ will be holding a light lunch for students to meet and chat with two of the world’s leading advocates against capital punishment, Zainab Mahboob and Sara Kowal.
- Professor Sally Wheeler OBE
- Kieran Pender
The International Bar Association, together with The Australian National University, the Law Council of Australia, the ACT Law Society, the ACT Bar Association the Australian Academy of Law, will host a panel event to discuss findings from the IBA’s report Us Too? Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession.