ANU student-led research and policy group Law Reform and Social Justice explores how the pandemic has impacted the rule of law in their project COVID-19 and the Rule of Law.
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.
Likim Ng is a PhD candidate at ANU College of Law.
Despite being a newcomer to Canberra, Japanese constitutional law scholar Miho Aoi has a unique connection to ANU that dates back nearly half a century.
ANU Bachelor of International Relations/Laws (Hons) student Daniel Wei-En Kang shares highlights of his in-country intensive in Geneva, Switzerland.
ANU students from the Law Reform and Social Justice program have collaborated on a report into the ACT's implementation of an anti-torture treaty.
Have well do hotel-sector businesses live up to their corporate social responsibility statements? ANU Law students teamed up with international NGOs to find out in a global research report.
ANU School of Practice researcher Associate Professor Liz Curran has filed a submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission's major project.
ANU Law alumna Veronica Koman (LLM '19) has won the 2019 Sir Ronald Wilson Human Rights Award for her efforts to expose the humanitarian crisis in West Papua.
ANU Law PhD candidate Valeria Coscini discusses winning an award for her paper exploring international law and human rights of sexuality and gender.