Associate Professor Heather Roberts has co-authored the 5th edition of Property Law in New South Wales (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2022).
Three ANU College of Law scholars have published chapters in a new edited collection that examines the challenges facing ombudsmen and the governance systems within which they operate.
Professor Donald Rothwell FAAL has published a new book that explores one of the more contentious issues in public international law.
Professor Jolyon Ford SFHEA has spent the past three months in the United States furthering his modern slavery research as a Fulbright Fellow.
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.
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.
Associate Professor Moeen Cheema's new book has been praised as a 'must-read' for anyone interested in constitutionalism in South Asia.
A book of essays honouring Emeritus Professor Peter Cane FBA FAAL FASSA has recently been published.
ANU has awarded honorary doctorates to three of its legal scholars for their exceptional contributions across law, academia and public service.
For nearly 30 years, 'Judicial Review of Administrative Action and Government Liability' has been an institution in Australian legal circles.