ANU Juris Doctor candidate, Matthew Bunten, has been accepted into a program that will see him complete his postgraduate studies abroad at the University of Oxford.
The ANU College of Law hosted an International Women’s Day Breakfast, providing students with a unique opportunity to connect with a diverse range of women working across the legal sector.
Dr Dilan Thampapillai and Honorary Associate Professor Alex Bruce have published a new book combining academic commentary with extracts from key legal cases in a single volume.
Where does Myanmar go in its post-coup era? A new book co-edited by ANU College of Law scholar Dr Jonathan Liljeblad offers insights on the road ahead.
Andrew Henderson is a PhD candidate at ANU College of Law
Does the world’s first international e-mooting competition, recently won by ANU students, offer a glimpse of the future of legal education?
Thammasat University lecturer Thitirat Thipsamritkul presented her research into Thailand's new data protection law as part of her seven-week fellowship at ANU College of Law.
One of the most cited texts on Australian law, "Statutory Interpretation in Australia" has come a long way since its first edition was published in 1974.
Dr Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan says teaching a masters-level course on intellectual property at ANU is a "great experience".
ANU Bachelor of Arts/Laws (Hons) student Madeleine Castles is the recipient of the 2020 Scholarship for a Legal Internship in London at the International Bar Association.