As the Australian Open Government Partnership (OGP) Forum prepares to adopt a third national action plan, there is a "transformative" opportunity for all levels of government to build on increased public trust brought about by COVID-19.
From the remote highlands of Papua New Guinea to the heights of legal academia, Dr Bal Kama's scholarly success has been shaped by his determination to overcome challenges and deep commitment to the Pacific.
Dr Will Bateman has been appointed chief investigator (law) of the interdisciplinary Humanising Machine Intelligence project funded by the ANU Grand Challenges scheme.
ANU College of Law climate risk expert Professor Andrew Macintosh has named one of three commissioners for an inquest into the 2019-20 Black Summer bushfires.
When Jeremy (Wei Peng) Soh undertook his internship at the Commonwealth Ombudsman, he never imagined it would lead to him publishing an article in research journal.
One of the most cited texts on Australian law, "Statutory Interpretation in Australia" has come a long way since its first edition was published in 1974.
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 new book co-authored by ANU Law Associate Professor Greg Weeks aims to help practitioners work across traditional legal “silos” in public and private law.
Former High Court Chief Justice Robert French AC will again teach a course on federal jurisdiction to postgraduate students undertaking the ANU Master of Laws.
A successful appeal on a statelessness case run by ANU College of Law Professor Kim Rubenstein FAAL, FASSA and supported by 36 students has been documented in a new research journal.