ANU students' creative assessment works for Selected Topics in Australian-United States Comparative Laws will be exhibited online during the University's 2020 Virtual Open Week.
From the remote highlands of Papua New Guinea to the heights of legal academia, Dr Bal Kama's scholarly success has been shaped by his determination to overcome challenges and deep commitment to the Pacific.
A report into sport integrity led by Associate Professor Kath Hall has contributed to the design of a new government agency to clamp down on match-fixing, doping and corruption.
Dr Will Bateman has been appointed chief investigator (law) of the interdisciplinary Humanising Machine Intelligence project funded by the ANU Grand Challenges scheme.
Likim Ng is a PhD candidate at ANU College of Law.
Despite being a newcomer to Canberra, Japanese constitutional law scholar Miho Aoi has a unique connection to ANU that dates back nearly half a century.
Thammasat University lecturer Thitirat Thipsamritkul presented her research into Thailand's new data protection law as part of her seven-week fellowship at ANU College of Law.
Have well do hotel-sector businesses live up to their corporate social responsibility statements? ANU Law students teamed up with international NGOs to find out in a global research report.
One of the most cited texts on Australian law, "Statutory Interpretation in Australia" has come a long way since its first edition was published in 1974.
ANU School of Legal Practice scholars Ben Battcock (left) and David Catanziriti presented three background working papers at the Harvard Law School workshop.