ANU College of Law Professor Desmond Manderson has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
ANU College of Law Professor Desmond Manderson discusses the "great privilege" of being named a fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
ANU Law Professor Desmond Manderson’s new book, "Danse Macabre: Temporalities of Law in the Visual Arts", explores the intersection between time, law and art.
'Exceptional distinction in the discipline of law.’
ANU Law has launched the Unrequired Reading List, a curated list of books, films, texts and artworks intended to complement students’ study of the law.
If we could start afresh, how would we re-imagine the world? Could we?
On Friday 2 December a conference celebrating the achievements of Michael Coper will be held in the Common Room, University House. Michael is a “big picture” person whose vision has always focused on the future. The conference’s title, “New Ways Forward”, with its tone of energy and optimism, could not be more fitting for an event celebrating the career of Michael Coper and reinforcing the continuing beneficial effects of his achievements.
Professor Desmond Manderson argues that the real problems confronting Australian society are being religiously avoided by political parties and the media in the 2016 election.
ANU College of Law Professor Desmond Manderson charts the gradual unravelling of the Australian Government's asylum seeker policies.
Desmond Manderson explores 'zero tolerance', 'harm minimisation' and finds it’s time to reassess what drug laws are “for” if we’re to understand why they have proven so hard to change.