Ryan Goss is an Associate Professor at ANU College of Law.
From Kathmandu to Warsaw, Canberra to Oxford, Srijana Regmi (LLM ‘19) has enjoyed a worldly experience of law in academia and the profession.
Ryan Goss writes an explainer for The Conversation with his take on the fast-moving Marriage Equality plebiscite debate.
The Conversation is running a series of explainers on key moments in Australian political history, looking at what happened, its impact then, and its relevance to politics today.
ANU College of Law alumna Sarah Dobbie has joined three Australian prime ministers, two high court justices and two Nobel Prize winners by becoming a recipient of the Rhodes Scholarships for Australia.
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.
Dr Ryan Goss's book Criminal Fair Trial Rights: Article 6 of the European Convention was cited in the European Court of Human Rights.
Australia has had just three national plebiscites: two on conscription of troops during the first world war, and a 1977 vote on the national anthem. It seems likely parliament will need to pass the framework legislation for any marriage plebiscite.
ANU Law expert Ryan Goss discusses how the Brexit referendum work and what distinguishes it from referendums that have been held in Australia?
Recent investigations into the alleged actions of Mal Brough have led some to suggest that “Westminster tradition” demands he step aside. But ANU Law expert Ryan Goss asks what does “Westminster tradition” mean in Australia, and how does ministerial responsibility work?