Lawyer, storyteller and PhD candidate Sarouche Razi is exploring how art practices can be used to advance coronial justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
ANU Law researchers and educators have received funding for a research project that aims to reimagine the modern law curriculum with an emphasis on inclusion and diversity.
ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons) students will participate in a landmark First Nations-led exemplar course taught in the Northern Territory in 2022.
Bachelor of Laws (Hons)/Asian Studies student, Clare McBride-Kelly, reflects upon her experiences as a summer intern for the Aurora Education Foundation.
ANU public law scholars have supported a submission to the Federal Government urging the enshrinement of an Indigenous Voice in the Constitution.
Advocacy, compassion and listening lie at the heart of 'Belonging', a semibiographical novel by Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins.
ANU Law students have tried their hand at videography for a group assignment exploring the intersection between law, art and Indigenous Australians.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Kimberley Community Legal Services has continued to serve its clients with the help of ANU law students at its Broome and Kununurra offices.
The ANU College of Law has curated a remarkable collection of posters and photographs documenting major milestones in Australia’s Indigenous political history over the past 50 years.
ANU Bachelor of Commerce/Laws (Hons) student Sonny Scott reflects on the legal cost of overcrowded housing for the ACT Indigenous community.