Recent news

19
May
2022
Lillian Ireland and The Hon Alan Robertson
ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons)/Science student and Melukerdee woman Lillian Ireland has taken a step closer to realising her dream to be a criminal lawyer after being awarded the Australian Academy of Law First Nations Scholarship.
03
May
2022
Associate Professor Moeen Cheema
Associate Professor Moeen Cheema's new book has been praised as a 'must-read' for anyone interested in constitutionalism in South Asia.
28
Apr
2022
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In her second blog post, ANU Law student ambassador Cherish Tay explains how friendships are forged through mutual experiences of otherness while studying abroad.
19
Apr
2022
Peer-Assisted Learning
Discover how Peer-Assisted Learning sets first-year law students up for success at law school.
07
Apr
2022
International mooting back with ANU students having success in Belgium and the UK
Two teams of students from The Australian National University (ANU) College of Law have travelled overseas to take part in prestigious mooting competitions for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
28
Mar
2022
Cherish Tay
ANU Law student ambassador Cherish Tay discusses her experiences tackling the language barrier in Taiwan in her first blog post about her adventures studying abroad.
24
Mar
2022
Andrew Macintosh
Australia’s Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) has serious governance flaws and is potentially wasting billions of dollars in taxpayers' money, ANU environmental law scholars warn.
10
Mar
2022
Blockchain
ANU Law entrepreneurial fellow, Mr Scott Chamberlain, and two of his stand-out students have been awarded significant funding to develop legal technology.
08
Mar
2022
Peter Cane
A book of essays honouring Emeritus Professor Peter Cane FBA FAAL FASSA has recently been published.
16
Feb
2022
Emerita Professor Robin Creyke AO FAAL, Emeritus Professor John McMillan AO FAAL and Emeritus Professor Dennis Pearce AO FAAL at the graduation ceremony at Llewellyn Hall.
ANU has awarded honorary doctorates to three of its legal scholars for their exceptional contributions across law, academia and public service.

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28 Apr 2022

How low should we go? The case for lowering the voting age

Faith Gordon interviewed by ABC Late Night Live
27 Apr 2022

Transforming the culture of Parliament House

Margaret Thornton writes in Australian Public Law blog
22 Apr 2022

Even Putin is not beyond the law

Donald Rothwell writes in The Interpreter
18 Apr 2022

Maritime neutrality in the Russia-Ukraine conflict

David Letts writes in Articles of War
14 Apr 2022

What if we let six year olds vote?

Faith Gordon interviewed by Triple J Hack

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