- Professor Christina Voigt
- Dr Joshua Meltzer
International law increasingly faces a complex future. New challenges are constantly arising for the international community, often driven by technological developments. At the same time, existing challenges continue but manifest in new ways.
‘Real’ Laws in the Post-Truth World and was chosen to engage and question emerging dialogues on ‘post-truth’ – their influence on policy and social debate, and how post-truth practices are shaping laws and how truth is and isn’t part of legal and socio...
On 4 June the Australian Federal Police executed a search warrant at the home of Annika Smethurst, a News Corp Journalist, in connection with stories published in April 2018 on possible new powers for one of Australia’s intelligence agencies, the...
- Renee Newman Knake, Professor of Law and the Doherty Chair in Legal Ethics at the University of Houston Law Center
Leadership in the legal profession does not reflect the public it serves, even though women have entered law in numbers equal to men for decades. Based upon her forthcoming book "Shortlisted: Women, Diversity, the Supreme Court & Beyond", Professor...
- Dr. Anthea Roberts
The world seems to be coming apart at the seams. Many of the apparent certainties of the post–Cold War era lie in tatters.
- Professor Kathryn E. Spier
This lecture explores recent developments in civil litigation using frameworks from economics and finance.
- Maxine Ryan
- Liam Gilligan
- Andy Wong
ANU is coming to Hong Kong! Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian P. Schmidt is delighted to host this panel and dinner event for ANU alumni in Hong Kong. Join him and your fellow alumni for a panel on the FinTech evolution that is currently taking place in Asia.
- Professor Anna Maria Lorusso, University of Bologna
How can media represent the process of cultural and traumatic memory? In which way can they be "faithful" to reality? How can they determine the relationship between fiction and reality?
I will present some thoughts about these questions...
- Chris Flynn
The post-war multilateral framework of international finance, trade and law is being changed or replaced to accommodate China’s re-emergence as a great power.
If you are an experienced professional, a current undergraduate student, or have just finished your degree and are considering further study, you're invited to join us at the Postgraduate Study & Networking Forum on Monday 20 May from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at the Cultural Centre, Kambri Precinct, on campus at ANU.