News

07
Dec
2021
Annika Reynolds
Annika Reynolds has been recognised for their contribution to society and perseverance through personal challenges at the 2021 Lifeline Canberra Rising Women of Spirit Awards.
15
Oct
2020
Tang, Holmes and Foley
Three ANU Law scholars have co-authored a research article examining new lawyers’ perceptions of the ethicality of their workplace.
02
Oct
2020
Ray and Reynolds
Students from ANU research and policy group GreenLaw have authored a research article examining public interest cases under the EPBC Act.
05
Jun
2020
A climate activist holds a placard at a protest
GreenLaw aims to empower the next generation of lawyers and build a better planet.
04
Jan
2017
Yangon Downtown
Thirteen ANU College of Law students will have the chance to experience the teaching and operation of the law in a developing country, as they set off for the College’s inaugural Myanmar Clinical Program this week.
22
Sep
2015
Helping junior lawyers thrive
The transition from law student to newly-admitted lawyer is a critical time, not only for the mental health and wellbeing of these lawyers but for the future of the profession.
19
Dec
2012
ANU College of Law

Eight ANU College of Law staff members were awarded for their excellent contribution to teaching in 2012.

19
Oct
2012

Congratulations to Vivien Holmes, Alex Knight, Liz Keogh, Anne Macduff, Aliya Steed, Don Rothwell and Chris Trevitt, for securing the Vice-Chancellor's $10,000 teaching enhancement grants, making the College the recipient of the largest number of

13
Dec
2011
ANU Law students

ANU Legal Workshop academics Vivien Holmes and Alex Knight have been awarded a Teaching Enhancement Grant for their project 'Learning to Voice Your Values'.

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