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, Robyn Lewis (BPolPhilEc '19, LLB (Hons) '21), initially decided to study law because she wanted to make a difference in the world and “liked an argument”.
During ANU Virtual Open Week 2020. staff and students answered your most frequently asked questions.
Does the world’s first international e-mooting competition, recently won by ANU students, offer a glimpse of the future of legal education?
Meet Inspiring Woman of ANU Law, Dr Philippa Ryan.
Presented by the ANU Centre for International and Public Law, “Technology, public law and public administration” is a conference that brings together more than a dozen law technology experts.
A team of ANU College of Law students has won the 2019 Innovate Law hackathon by designing a digital registry of legal technologies designed exclusively for the legal profession.
Dr Philippa (Pip) Ryan is a barrister and senior lecturer at ANU College of Law, where she is director of the Master of Laws (LLM) program.