The ConversationThe federal government today announced it will not proceed with the ratification of an extradition treaty with China. This followed strong indications that the Senate would block it from coming into force.
Aurora Project summer intern Sienna Lake worked for six weeks in North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency's criminal section and found the experience revealing, inclusive and unexpectedly autonomous.
The Kirsten Sjolander Memorial Prize for Advanced International Human Rights Law has been established in memory of ANU Law PhD student, Kirsten Sjolander.
ANU Law students Sonali Fernando and Prashant Kelshiker have returned from three months in London where they undertook the inaugural London internships.
The London terrorist attack was characteristic of an IS-inspired lone-wolf attack and a reminder that thi9s style of terrorism will occur no matter what intelligence we collect or precautions we take.
Speaking out against discrimination at work is far from easy. But, Dr Skye Saunders argues, it's necessary if we want a healthy workplace culture for women.
If we could start afresh, how would we re-imagine the world? Could we?
Deans of over thirty Australian law schools have called on the Federal Government to reverse plans to cut funding to community legal centres.
ANU Legal Workshop have collaborated with Aulich Civil Law (ACL) to provide our students with some valuable insight into legal practice and the perspective of a leading local employer. Lisa Barlin, Partner of ACL, has shared with us her unique perspective on what not to do when pursuing employment opportunities
Mosul will be taken back from Islamic State within a month, according to optimistic Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. The interim period will present an enormous humanitarian challenge as hundreds of thousands of Mosul residents flee to already crowded refugee camps.