ANU public law scholars have supported a submission to the Federal Government urging the enshrinement of an Indigenous Voice in the Constitution.
ANU has become the first Australian university to clinch three Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards in a single round within the Law and Legal Studies field of research.
ANU Law students have tried their hand at videography for a group assignment exploring the intersection between law, art and Indigenous Australians.
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.
Benjamin Ettinger 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.
From aspiring actress to University Medallist, Hannah Dawson's law studies at ANU have been shaped by curiosity and determination.
Professor Susan H Williams of the Maurer Law School at Indiana University Bloomington has won the 2019 Zines Prize for Excellence in Legal Research.
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.
Helen reveals what her scholarship would have meant to her late grandfather and former ANU Law Dean, Professor Douglas Whalan.