Christina Lee's desire to make a difference comes from knowing personally what it means to experience injustice.
Loren undertook the Indigenous Community Legal Clinic at the Aboriginal Legal Service (ALS) in Canberra. Eager to gain experience in a legal office and to see first-hand how the criminal justice system affects Indigenous Australians, she found the experience very moving.
Ellie Greenwood and Andreas Sherborne are the shared recipients of the Blackburn Medal for Research in Law.
Nicole Leong is the recipient of the Dean's International Student Prize and Elizabeth Allen Prize for Foundations of Australian Law.
Naomi Wootton has always been a driven student, receiving two academic scholarships – the ANU Region Scholarship and the Ethel Tory Scholarship – and the University Medal in 2016. Now she has been awarded six more prizes.
The 2016 recipient of the Supreme Court Judges' prize, Naomi Wootton, joins the distinguished company of some of the ANU College of Law’s most notable and internationally-regarded alumni.
Aspiring lawyer and ANU College of Law Juris Doctor student Danica Smith has moved from Winnipeg, Manitoba to Canberra, Australia and not just for the sunshine.
Modern communications technologies and social media platforms have provided us with many benefits but they have also resulted in the blurring of the dividing line between our work and private lives. In what circumstances can an employer take disciplinary action against an employee for opinions expressed on personal social media accounts on social, political or workplace issues?
ANU College of Law has held the inaugural Phillipa Weeks Scholarship morning tea to invite scholarship recipients and the family of the much loved ANU Law professor to celebrate her passion for education and mentorship.
Margot Kelly is a JD Online student and a Rural Reporter with ABC Tasmania.