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15
Sep
2020
Andrew Ray mooting
During ANU Virtual Open Week 2020, ANU Law Students' Society representatives explained the four major competitions on offer and tips on pursuing your dream job in the legal profession.
15
Sep
2020
Student ambassadors
During ANU Virtual Open Week 2020. staff and students answered your most frequently asked questions.
31
Aug
2020
Heather Roberts
Congratulations to Associate Professor Heather Roberts who received an award for her design and delivery of an innovative interdisciplinary law elective.
26
Aug
2020
Gender Identity and Sexuality Moot
Law students across Australia and New Zealand are encouraged to register for a new e-mooting competition that shines the light on LGBTIQ+ law reform issues.
17
Aug
2020
Amanda Wingett
Freilich Indigenous Student Scholar Amanda Wingett balances her Juris Doctor studies at ANU with her role as an associate lecturer in the Medical School.
14
Aug
2020
Chloe Harpley
The Books for the Bush project distributes essential supplies to help students and communities affected by the bushfires and COVID-19.
10
Aug
2020
Joyce Yang, BA/LLB (Hons)
ANU Bachelor of Arts/Laws (Hons) student Joyce Yang reveals why every law student should go to prison, clinically speaking.
31
Jul
2020
Heather Roberts
ANU students' creative assessment works for Selected Topics in Australian-United States Comparative Laws will be exhibited online during the University's 2020 Virtual Open Week.
29
Jul
2020
Protesters attend a black lives matter rally in Melbourne
ANU student-led research and policy group Law Reform and Social Justice explores how the pandemic has impacted the rule of law in their project COVID-19 and the Rule of Law.
29
Jul
2020
KCLS hotdesk volunteers
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Kimberley Community Legal Services has continued to serve its clients with the help of ANU law students at its Broome and Kununurra offices.

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18 Sep 2020

Iran wants a hostage deal it can bank on

Clive Williams writes in The Australian
31 Aug 2020

Can laws compel us to be vaccinated?

Michael Eburn comments in The Canberra Times
27 Aug 2020

Job-ready graduates changes loom as last straw for emerging researchers

Andrew Ray writes in The Conversation
27 Aug 2020

Sentencing looms in Christchurch mosque case

Donald Rothwell interviewed by ABC Radio

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