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14
Jun
2019
Queen's Birthday Honours List 2019
Four ANU College of Law alumni have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday 2019 Honours List.
10
Jun
2019
Sacked rugby international Israel Folau (left) and ANU Law expert Dilan Thampapillai.
ANU contract law expert Dilan Thampapillai examines the legal questions in Israel Folau's legal dispute with Rugby Australia.
03
Jun
2019
ANU Sub Dean of Undergraduate Indigenous Studies Mary Spiers Williams and ANU Law Indigenous Academic Associate Justin McCaul.
ANU Law academics Mary Spiers Williams and Justin McCaul reflect on the significance of National Reconciliation Week and share their perspectives on how the law can encourage Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians to “walk together”.
28
May
2019
Michelle Hankey (GDLP '14)
From Hong Kong to Perth, Michelle Hankey (GDLP '14) shares her journey from law graduate to admission as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
23
May
2019
Dr Greg Lehman from the University of Melbourne and ANU Law Professor Tim Bonyhady
An exhibition co-curated by ANU Law Professor Tim Bonyhady has won Best Travelling Exhibition at the Museums and Galleries Australia National Awards.
23
May
2019
ANU Law Professor Desmond Manderson.
ANU Law Professor Desmond Manderson’s new book, "Danse Macabre: Temporalities of Law in the Visual Arts", explores the intersection between time, law and art.
17
May
2019
Stephanie Bloxsome, 2019 Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship in Law recipient.
Meet Stephanie Bloxsome, a Juris Doctor (JD) student and the 2019 Freilich Indigenous Student Scholar in Law.
06
May
2019
ANU Bachelor of Laws/Asian Studies student, Aditi Razdan
ANU Bachelor of Laws/Asian Studies student, Aditi Razdan, on how Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights (LAWS4219) motivated her to pen an op-ed for the Sydney Morning Herald.
02
May
2019
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (left) and Professor Donald Rothwell.
ANU international law expert Professor Donald Rothwell explains why it's unlikely future extradition requests for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be resolved soon.
26
Apr
2019
Emma Jagot, 2018 winner of the Baker McKenzie Prize for Intellectual Property.
ANU Bachelor of Arts/Laws (Hons) student Emma Jagot explains what World Intellectual Property Day means to her.

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13 Apr 2019

Julian Assange and the legalities of extradition

Donald Rothwell speaks with ABC Radio National
26 Feb 2019

How does jury duty work?

Mark Nolan interviewed by ABC Radio Canberra
15 Feb 2019

Hakeem al-Araibi's treatment shows up red faces at Interpol

Clive Williams writes in Sydney Morning Herald; Fairfax Media
31 Jan 2019

Stripping away more than just a citizenship

Kim Rubenstein writes in APPS Policy Forum
31 Jan 2019

Pacific collateral from the INF Treaty collapse

Clive Williams writes in Lowy Institute

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