News

27
May
2020
Associate Professor Kath Hall
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.
06
Apr
2020
Kath Hall
Kath Hall is an Associate Professor at ANU College of Law.
02
Sep
2019
ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons) student Adam Silverwood
When Adam Silverwood was told by his professor his research paper was of "publishable quality", he decided to pitch it to a leading international journal on trust law and practice - with favourable results.
06
Aug
2019
Edmund Bao
ANU Law alumnus Edmund Bao (BComm ’14, LLB (Hons) ’15) is heading to Stanford University on a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship.
27
Sep
2018
Edmund Bao pictured at the World Bank in Washington DC
Heading to the Peace Palace at The Hague
24
Oct
2017
Two people shacking hands in corporate setting
Inadequate whistleblower laws have come under scrutiny in a new book which urges sweeping law reform for Australia in a wide range of areas.
19
Dec
2016
Heather Cork
Heather Cork was awarded a Summer Research Scholarship exploring whistle-blowing in the private sector before beginning her Honours semester at the ANU College of Law.
17
May
2016
We need a global education campaign to change corporate attitudes that bribery is a necessary part of doing business abroad, writes ANU Law expert Kath Hall.
11
Apr
2016
ANU Law expert Associate Professor Hall argues that while Australia’s regulatory authorities are diligent and conscientious, the deficiencies in corruption regulation have been on show this year.
17
Dec
2015
Three ANU law students have won the opportunity to spend their holiday break studying with academics from the ANU College of Law through the Summer Research Scholarship.

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