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01
Dec
2020
ANU Law students Varshini Viswanath (left) and Andrew Ray
ANU Law students Varshini Viswanath and Andrew Ray share their experience taking part in the United States Government Student Leadership Conference 2020.
24
Nov
2020
Radhika Chaudhry
ANU Law PhD candidate Radhika Chaudhri has authored a research article exploring the response to economic abuse by Australian courts.
23
Nov
2020
Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins
Advocacy, compassion and listening lie at the heart of 'Belonging', a semibiographical novel by Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins.
13
Nov
2020
Jo Ford
A new article by Dr Jo Ford warns businesses against over-relying on reporting-based schemes to identify and improve human rights risks in their supply chains.
12
Nov
2020
Award
Five ANU Law scholars have been shortlisted in the ALRAs for their excellence and innovation in the discipline of Law.
11
Nov
2020
Melany Toombs
Melany Toombs (BIntR/LLB (Hons) ‘19) was named as a finalist in the Law Student of the Year category in the 2020 Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards.
11
Nov
2020
Dr Shirlow and the late Professor Caron new chapter
A new chapter by Dr Esmé Shirlow and the late Professor David D. Caron develops a framework for analysing transparency in international arbitration, in order to understand the structure, objectives and limits of different transparency reform efforts.
05
Nov
2020
DECRA fellows
ANU has become the first Australian university to clinch three Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards in a single round within the Law and Legal Studies field of research.
03
Nov
2020
Charlotte Michalowski and Andrew Ray
ANU College of Law students reveal the "terrifying but fun" experience of discussing their submission before a Senate inquiry.
28
Oct
2020
ANU Moot Court art
ANU Law students have tried their hand at videography for a group assignment exploring the intersection between law, art and Indigenous Australians.

Pages

1 Dec 2020

If these walls could talk (and see)

Clive Williams writes in The Canberra Times
30 Nov 2020

A game of Jenga: Politicising the judiciary

Kieran Pender writes in Australian Book Review
24 Nov 2020

PNG political crisis highlights reform possibilities

Bal Kama quoted in Radio New Zealand
18 Nov 2020

Army chiefs brace for fallout from bombshell war crimes report

David Letts quoted in Australian Financial Review

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