Law students across Australia and New Zealand are encouraged to register for a new e-mooting competition that shines the light on LGBTIQ+ law reform issues.
ANU student-led research and policy group Law Reform and Social Justice explores how the pandemic has impacted the rule of law in their project COVID-19 and the Rule of Law.
ANU students from the Law Reform and Social Justice program have collaborated on a report into the ACT's implementation of an anti-torture treaty.
Three scholars from the ANU Law School have told a Parliamentary committee that the Australian government should abandon a bill that would remove citizenship from dual nationals convicted of terrorism offences.
Being involved in ANUSA, competing in legal competitions and participating in the ANU LRSJ program as highlights
Danny Philippa on the ANU Legal Literacy Program
Tess Kelly (LLB Hons '16) encourages new applicants
LLM graduate at top UN Human Rights body
A new podcast from the ANU College of Law captures conversations about law in a way that is utterly charming and reminds listeners that lawyers are people too.
Michael Fortson knew he would study law sometime after he finished high school. When he did, he was in his forties, married with two children and living 15,000 kilometres from home.