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02
Aug
2022
Don Rothwell
Professor Donald Rothwell FAAL has published a new book that explores one of the more contentious issues in public international law.
29
Jul
2022
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ANU Law student ambassador Cherish Tay provides an interesting comparison of her experiences studying in Canberra and Kaohsiung.
28
Jul
2022
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Brandon Perkins (LLB (Hons)/PPE ’19) outlines five ways in which ANU prepared him to pursue his passion for the law and human rights.
27
Jul
2022
Professor Jolyon Ford SFHEA has spent the past three months in the United States furthering his modern slavery research as a Fulbright Fellow.
Professor Jolyon Ford SFHEA has spent the past three months in the United States furthering his modern slavery research as a Fulbright Fellow.
25
Jul
2022
PhD candidate Sarouche Razi
Lawyer, storyteller and PhD candidate Sarouche Razi is exploring how art practices can be used to advance coronial justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
20
Jul
2022
Amanda Heal poses with her book, 'Seeing by Vision Not by Sight'
Despite being born with blindness, Amanda Heal (BComm/LLB '96) has always been determined to make a difference and challenge stereotypes associated with disability.
19
Jul
2022
Rebekah McWhirter
2022 Postgraduate Medallist Rebekah McWhirter (JD ’22) has a background in medical research and passion for health law.
27
Jun
2022
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A workshop aimed at supporting advocacy and human rights in Myanmar was hosted by The Australian National University (ANU) Law Reform and Social Justice (LRSJ) program from 18-19 June 2022.
23
Jun
2022
Jennifer Darmody
Several years after graduating from ANU, Jennifer Darmody (LLB/BFin ’15) was working as a solicitor at a top-tier law firm when she made the decision to sign with an Australian women’s road cycling team and pursue life as an athlete instead.
22
Jun
2022
Migration and marriage: How LGBTIQA+ couples are challenging same-sex marriage in Taiwan
ANU Law student ambassador Cherish Tay provides an overview of how LGBTIQA+ couples are challenging same-sex marriage in Taiwan.

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16 Jul 2022

Labor set to shake up the High Court

Kieran Pender write in The Saturday Paper
12 Jul 2022

On trial for telling the truth

Kieran Pender talks to 7am Podcast

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