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30
Nov
2021
Professor Andrew Macintosh
Professor Andrew Macintosh has co-authored a report comparing the value of alternative uses of native forests in Southern NSW.
15
Nov
2021
The Responsible Shareholder
A new book by Emeritus Professor Stephen Bottomley FAAL calls for shareholders to be made more legally and morally accountable in companies' decision-making structures.
15
Nov
2021
Lauren Skinner
Lauren Skinner (BA/LLB (Hons) ’19) aspires to use her Rhodes Scholarship to make 'a more just, more equitable society' a reality.
10
Nov
2021
Elizabeth Tsitsikronis women in law
ANU College of Law alumni have been recognised as finalists in the 2021 Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards.
07
Nov
2021
Madeleine McGregor
ANU Bachelor of Economics/Laws (Hons) student Madeleine McGregor has won the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship for Tasmania.
01
Nov
2021
Diversity
ANU Law researchers and educators have received funding for a research project that aims to reimagine the modern law curriculum with an emphasis on inclusion and diversity.
19
Oct
2021
Lady Justice statue
The Australian National University (ANU) Ashurst Novice Moot Competition concluded last week, and attracted a record-breaking 30 ANU teams.
18
Oct
2021
Jessica Hodgson
If your interest in law extends beyond studying it to shaping it, the ANU Law Reform and Social Justice Research Hub is the project for you.
15
Oct
2021
ANU Gender Identity + Sexuality Law Moot goes ‘from strength to strength’ in second year
The Honourable Justice Michael Kirby AC CMG (HonLLD '14), described the moot as “going from strength to strength”.
13
Oct
2021
Phillipa Weeks
Past and present recipients of the Phillipa Weeks Scholarship in Law discuss the importance of the scholarship and Professor Weeks' legacy.

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15 Oct 2021

Safety vs freedom: getting the security balance right

James Renwick writes in Australian Financial Review

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