Dr Ryan Goss's book Criminal Fair Trial Rights: Article 6 of the European Convention was cited in the European Court of Human Rights.
Loose and reckless civil rights talk increasingly characterises populist politics, from protecting citizens’ “rights” by opposing immigration to promoting “free speech” rights by permitting racist conduct. Simon Rice explores what civil rights actually are, and how easily the idea of "rights" can be used and abused in public debate.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced this month that the government will seek to amend the Criminal Code to assist in the fight against Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria. Kevin Boreham explores exactly what is lawful in conflict, how do we decide who a citizenis, and who would lose protection under the changes.
"New technologies are leaving nowhere to hide" is the stark warning for firms that become complicit in systematic human rights violations, says A/Prof Jolyon Ford, the author of an international report into the human rights impact of business activities.
Five weeks working at the coalface of a women’s legal service in Darwin as part of the Aurora Internship Program helped focused the legal ambitions of fifth year ANU Law student, Harita Sridhar.
ANU alumnus and CEO of Sony Foundation Australia, Sophie Ryan, shared the challenges and lessons of her legal career with ANU Law graduates at the mid-year graduation ceremony.
The human rights of migrants are not being respected in Europe with many countries failing to recognise cultural difference and diversity, according to ANU expert Dr Dorota Gozdecka.
The National Law Reform Conference will bring together some of Australia's best legal practitioners, policy experts, researchers and academics.
While the newly tabled Australian Citizenship (Allegiance to Australia) Amendment Bill cures significant defects identified in the original version, it does not address the fundamental flaw in the proposed new law, writes Professor Kim Rubenstein
ANU is known worldwide for being the leaders in research in a wide range of different fields, yet how many students can name some of the incredible research that is being undertaken at our own university?