News

07
Mar
2018
Australia and Timor-Leste settle maritime boundary
After nearly two years of a facilitated conciliation process initiated under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Australia and Timor Leste have finally reached agreement on a maritime boundary in the Timor Sea.
02
Mar
2018
ANU students studying
The Australian National University (ANU) has reaffirmed its position as a leading global university with the latest rankings listing four subjects in the world's top 10, and 13 subjects listed in the top 20 in the world.
22
Feb
2018
An anti-terrorism bollard on the corner of Bourke and Elizabeth streets. Photo: James Ross
This year could see China and Russia with a counterterrorism capability to deploy smart killer drones using facial-recognition technology to eliminate persons deemed to be "terrorists". Many such persons would be considered by Australians to be activists, separatists or insurgents - rather than "terrorists".
13
Feb
2018
Jessup team 2018
The 2018 ANU Jessup mooting team succeeded in reaching the quarter-finals before they were defeated on Friday afternoon.
12
Feb
2018
Camilla Pondell
ANU Law graduate Camilla Pondel (BMus LLB (Hons) ’16) will spend one year working as Assistant Legal Counsel at the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague after she was awarded the ANU College of Law PCA Scholarship for 2018.
07
Feb
2018
The terrain for the scientific work conducted by ICESCAPE scientists on July 4, 2010, was Arctic sea ice and melt ponds in the Chukchi Sea.
Is China a polar nation? Despite making no Antarctic territorial claims, China became a party to the Antarctic Treaty in 1983 and has four scientific research bases on the continent.
06
Feb
2018
Ron Levy
Associate Professor of Law at The Australian National University (ANU), Ron Levy, has released an independent report into an innovative series of Citizens’ Juries in the ACT.
26
Jan
2018
Professor Michael Coper
Professor Michael Coper, a former Dean of the ANU College of Law, has been appointed Officer in the Order of Australia (AO) in the 2018 Australia Day Honours.
07
Dec
2017
Dr Anthony Hopkins
One of ANU Law’s most dynamic senior lecturers is Dr Anthony Hopkins whose expertise in criminal law, sentencing and the rights of Indigenous Australians is invaluable to the ANU Law School and to the people for whom he speaks out.
05
Dec
2017
Alice Dawkins
ANU Honours student Alice Dawkins has been selected from over 4,000 applicants worldwide as a Schwarzman Scholar for 2018/2019.

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