Guhong Zhou has landed a coveted graduate role at a top-tier Sydney law firm, capping off a memorable academic experience enriched by prizes, mentorship and an unshakeable focus.
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.
2021 University Medallist, Tiger Lin (BPolPhilEc/LLB (Hons) ‘21), was not only committed to his own studies, but to improving the experiences of other students during his time at ANU.
An ANU College of Law research project that aims to reconceive states' engagement with the international legal order in the face of populism has secured nearly $620,000 in ARC funding.
Professor Jolyon Ford SFHEA will continue his research into the global mechanisms for promoting corporate transparency and accountability as a Fulbright Fellow.
ANU Juris Doctor candidate, Matthew Bunten, has been accepted into a program that will see him complete his postgraduate studies abroad at the University of Oxford.
A new article by Dr Jo Ford warns businesses against over-relying on reporting-based schemes to identify and improve human rights risks in their supply chains.
Associate Professor Jolyon Ford is Associate Dean (International) at ANU College of Law.