Professor Mick Dodson AM, Director of the National Centre for Indigenous Studies and professor of law at ANU College of Law will give a keynote address at the Four Winds Festival in Bermagui.
Sixty-year-old Fiona Tito-Wheatland wanted to connect with other older students, so she started the Older Wise Learners Facebook group. It now has now has 525 members from universities across the world who can talk about anything from age discrimination or technology to the anxieties that come with doing a PhD.
Andreas Sherborne has become the fifth ANU College of Law graduate and 12th Australian to receive the Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship.
When Linda Kirk taught law in the 1990s, migration and refugee law courses weren’t offered as electives. But becoming a Senator in the post-9/11 era of 2002 until 2008 set her on a path that will take her to the Refugee Law Initiative in London later this year.
ANU College of Law alumna Alex Andrews founded Get Hairy February to challenge expectations and raise money to fight violence against women.
New to the MLP in 2017, 'Law and Organising' is about what can happen when law meets social justice and vice versa. Lawyers are often involved and the course explores why and how from different perspectives. Current and future lawyers and those interested in progressive change can enhance their repertoire through this course.
A suspension of bilateral military co-operation is less critical for Australia than it is for Indonesia. There would be cause for much greater concern if co-operation with Indonesia was to break down in other more important areas of the relationship.
Thirteen ANU College of Law students will have the chance to experience the teaching and operation of the law in a developing country, as they set off for the College’s inaugural Myanmar Clinical Program this week.
ANU Law students visit Cambodia to meet fellow law students and see Khmer Rouge trial in action.
ANU College of Law alumna Sarah Dobbie has joined three Australian prime ministers, two high court justices and two Nobel Prize winners by becoming a recipient of the Rhodes Scholarships for Australia.