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.
Following its successful trial in NSW-Victoria border communities, the "Invisible Hurdles Project" has been re-commissioned paving the way for future research into effective service delivery.
ANU Bachelor of Laws/Asian Studies student, Aditi Razdan, on how Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights (LAWS4219) motivated her to pen an op-ed for The Sydney Morning Herald.
LLM graduate Alexandra Phelan
Caitlin Davis on the boundaries of embryo research
Is an 11-member Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) 2.0 a possibility? It seemed most unlikely back in January when US President Trump withdrew the United States from the TPP. But there have since been ongoing discussions among the remaining 11 members in an effort to keep the TPP dream alive.
Dr Fiona Tito Wheatland's research of the ‘Doctor Identity’ looks at the harmful belief that doctors are too smart to make mistakes and what it means for those who inevitably err.
ANU Law researcher Liz Curran is creating opportunities for lawyers to work in medical clinics to help patients with health problems that are linked to their legal issues.
Christina Lee's desire to make a difference comes from knowing personally what it means to experience injustice.
Sixty-year-old Fiona Tito-Wheatland wanted to connect with other older students, so she started the Older Wise Learners Facebook group. It now has now has 525 members from universities across the world who can talk about anything from age discrimination or technology to the anxieties that come with doing a PhD.