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.
Andrew Henderson is a PhD candidate at ANU College of Law
#MeToo and the Law is the first course of its kind offered by an Australian law school, teaching postgraduate students important legal concepts within the global movement.
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.
Presented by the ANU Centre for International and Public Law, “Technology, public law and public administration” is a conference that brings together more than a dozen law technology experts.
ANU College of Law lecturer Brett Walker breaks down a heated digital defamation battle.
ANU Bachelor of Commerce/Laws (Hons) student Sonny Scott reflects on the legal cost of overcrowded housing for the ACT Indigenous community.
When Adam Silverwood was told by his professor his research paper was of "publishable quality", he decided to pitch it to a leading international journal on trust law and practice - with favourable results.
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.
A Q&A with co-founders of the newly launched student-run ANU Journal of Law and Technology.