Anti-slavery legislation is a good start, but if we want a future where goods are produced free of slavery it requires government, business and consumers to all be pulling in the same direction, Jolyon Ford writes.
How might the Trump era affect trends in responsible business (and its regulation)? Associate Professor Jolyon Ford' returns to his blog Private Sector - Public World for the first post of 2017.
Heather Cork was awarded a Summer Research Scholarship exploring whistle-blowing in the private sector before beginning her Honours semester at the ANU College of Law.
The practical and policy issues that arise when government corporate regulators move to litigate will be explored by a key speaker at an ANU College of Law and Commercial Law Association Conference.
The National Law Reform Conference will bring together some of Australia's best legal practitioners, policy experts, researchers and academics.
Three ANU law students have won the opportunity to spend their holiday break studying with academics from the ANU College of Law through the Summer Research Scholarship.
An assignment by an ANU law student – exploring the barriers to using medicinal marijuana in Canberra – has been reframed to become a formal submission to an inquiry being undertaken by the ACT Legislative Assembly.