Centre for Law, Art and Humanities would like to invite ANU College of Law and other ANU students interested in law, theatre and performing arts to join ANU College of Law’s Antigone drama group.
- Captain J. Ashley Roach, JAGC USN (Ret’d) Chair, International Law Association’s Committee on Baselines under International Law
The international law of the sea regulates the way in which States can claim their maritime zones but one point of continuing friction arises from differing interpretations applied by States in making these claims.
- Alice Taylor, ANU College of Law
Defining the scope and operation of prohibitions on discriminatory conduct has proven difficult in many jurisdictions.
- Dr Jeremy Farrall, Associate Dean (Research) at the ANU College of Law
This seminar will present initial findings from a 5-year Australian Research Council Discovery Project on why and when non-permanent Security Council members have succeeded in influencing the Council’s decision-making process, despite lacking the veto power.
- Professor Gillian Triggs, Former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission
Former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission and legal academic, Professor Gillian Triggs, will be discussing the status of women’s rights in Australian law and the future of gender law reform.
This reading group, convened by author and philosopher of aesthetics Robyn Ferrell, now an Adjunct Professor with the Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities, will excavate the history of critical theory from Benjamin and Adorno, with a focus on theoretical work by leading figures in recent years and on contemporary issues of the most urgent importance.
- Dr Annmarie Elijah, ANU Centre for European Studies
- Anne McNaughton, Centre for Commercial Law/ANU Centre for European Studies
- Prof Frank Bongiorno, ANU School of History
- Paris Lord, ANU Law marketing and communications
Keen to share your research and expertise beyond the academy, but don't know where to start?
- Dr Adil Hasan Khan, McKenzie Fellow, Melbourne Law School
Through an engagement with the Haitian Revolution plays and historical biographies penned by the Martinique anticolonial playwright, poet, activist and politician, Aimé Césaire (1913-2008), the talk will attempt to make a case for (and draw out lessons in) the writing/staging of 'theatrical histories' by international lawyers.
- Professor Jo Shaw, Edinburgh University Law School
This paper will examine the impact of the European Union upon citizenship, and will use the two cases of Brexit and stalled enlargement in south east Europe in order to study the partial, fragmentary and contested governance of citizenship in the europolity.
The Jessup Moot is a prestigious international mooting tournament, which takes place over the Australian summer.
It is the biggest student mooting competition in the world, with over 500 law schools and over 80 countries participating. The...