News

20
Jan
2023
Kate Ogg
Associate Professor Kate Ogg has written a new book that presents the first global and comparative study of 'protection-from-refuge' litigation, examining whether courts facilitate or hamper refugee journeys with a particular focus on gender.
18
Jan
2023
Dr Akshaya Kamalnath holds her book, 'The Corporate Diversity Jigsaw'
Associate Professor Akshaya Kamalnath has authored a new book that presents a holistic analysis of the complex topic of diversity with a nuanced justification of how it can be harnessed by corporations.
22
Aug
2022
Emerita Professor Margaret Thornton FAAL FASSA and the cover of her newly edited book, 'Gender and Careers in the Legal Academy'
Emerita Professor Margaret Thornton FASSA, FAAL has co-edited a new book that explores the careers of women academic pioneers and theoretical matters relating to culture and gender.
24
Jan
2022
Sexual harassment
A study led by eminent socio-legal and feminist scholar Emerita Professor Margaret Thornton FAAL FASSA will examine the impact of costs and damages in sexual harassment cases across Australia.
01
Dec
2021
Diversity
ANU Law researchers and educators have received funding for a research project that aims to reimagine the modern law curriculum with an emphasis on inclusion and diversity.
10
Nov
2021
Elizabeth Tsitsikronis women in law
ANU College of Law alumni have been recognised as finalists in the 2021 Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards.
15
Oct
2021
ANU Gender Identity + Sexuality Law Moot goes ‘from strength to strength’ in second year
The Honourable Justice Michael Kirby AC CMG (HonLLD '14), described the moot as “going from strength to strength”.
15
Sep
2021
Gender Identity and Sexuality Law Moot
Law students from across Australia and New Zealand are preparing to compete in the ANU Gender Identity + Sexuality Law Moot, which runs 27 September to 8 October 2021. 
14
Jul
2021
Josie Dempster
ANU Law alumna Josie Dempster (LLB (Hons) ’14, GDLP ’17) reflects on her time at ANU and how it paved the way for her advancement in the legal profession.
18
Mar
2021
Madeleine Castles
A new study has found that many targets of sexual harassment in Australia face a risky and costly road to justice despite a landmark civil case in 2014.

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