News

15
Jun
2017
Isabella Wildsmith
Eleven ANU Law students and nine from anthropology and social sciences are among the largest winter intake of Aurora Intern since the project began.
24
May
2017
Michael Coper
Emeritus Professor Michael Coper was shocked to encounter widespread misconceptions and stereotypes about law and lawyers when he became Dean of the ANU College of Law in 1998. He recalls the experience in ANU Reporter.
24
May
2017
Lady liberty statue
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.
10
Mar
2017
Exchange Hotel Kalgoorlie
Reports of the 2016 Kalgoorlie riot prompted fourth-year law students Kyle Fong and David Ierace to volunteer with the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Aboriginal legal Service.
13
Feb
2017
ANU College of Law
Three members of the ANU Law Jessup team have received individual awards after a superb effort that saw the team make it to the quarter-finals in the most highly regarded competition between law schools from across Australia.
09
Feb
2017
The High Court of Australia
“How does the personal identity of a judge make a difference to law and legal systems?” That was the lingering question that sparked Dr Heather Roberts’ return to academia and one she seeks to answer in an upcoming research project.
08
Feb
2017
Book Finn's Law
Finn’s Law: An Australian Justice, edited by Professor Bonyhady and published by Federation Press in Sydney, is a celebration, analysis and critique of the groundbreaking work of retired Justice and Professor, the Hon. Paul Finn.
02
Feb
2017
Legal Aid Clinic group
February marks the 20th anniversary of the Canberra Legal Aid Clinic, an opportunity for law students to work at the “coalface” of the legal profession while completing their Graduate Diploma Legal Practice at ANU Legal Workshop.
16
Jan
2017
Andreas Sherborne
Andreas Sherborne has become the fifth ANU College of Law graduate and 12th Australian to receive the Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship.
04
Jan
2017
Yangon Downtown
Thirteen ANU College of Law students will have the chance to experience the teaching and operation of the law in a developing country, as they set off for the College’s inaugural Myanmar Clinical Program this week.

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