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27
Jun
2022
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A workshop aimed at supporting advocacy and human rights in Myanmar was hosted by The Australian National University (ANU) Law Reform and Social Justice (LRSJ) program from 18-19 June 2022.
23
Jun
2022
Jennifer Darmody
Several years after graduating from ANU, Jennifer Darmody (LLB/BFin ’15) was working as a solicitor at a top-tier law firm when she made the decision to sign with an Australian women’s road cycling team and pursue life as an athlete instead.
22
Jun
2022
Migration and marriage: How LGBTIQA+ couples are challenging same-sex marriage in Taiwan
ANU Law student ambassador Cherish Tay provides an overview of how LGBTIQA+ couples are challenging same-sex marriage in Taiwan.
20
Jun
2022
Queen's Birthday Medal
The Australian National University (ANU) College of Law congratulates all members of our community who have been acknowledged in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
14
Jun
2022
Reclaiming a place for the law in the AI age
A new co-edited book with contributions from several ANU Law scholars examines the relationship between law and artificial intelligence (AI), and explores the need for law-based regulation of AI.
09
Jun
2022
Kate and Emma Roff
Meet Kate Roff and her daughter Emma, who studied alongside each other at the ANU College of Law.
06
Jun
2022
Ned Cheston
Meet Ned Cheston, the 2021 recipient of the ANU Frohlich Scholarship to the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
02
Jun
2022
Twenty Minutes with the Devil
Professor Desmond Manderson and Dr Luis Gómez Romero’s play, 'Twenty Minutes with the Devil', runs 18-25 June at The Street Theatre.
23
May
2022
Five things you should know when applying for the New Colombo Plan scholarship
ANU Law student ambassador and New Colombo Plan (NCP) scholar Cherish Tay provides her top tips on how to apply for an NCP scholarship.
19
May
2022
Lillian Ireland and The Hon Alan Robertson
ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons)/Science student and Melukerdee woman Lillian Ireland has taken a step closer to realising her dream to be a criminal lawyer after being awarded the Australian Academy of Law First Nations Scholarship.

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