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09
Nov
2017
Professor Sally Wheeler OBE
The Australian National University (ANU) has appointed Professor Sally Wheeler OBE as the new Dean of the ANU College of Law.
09
Nov
2017
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The free movement of people continues to be significant to the Brexit negotiations and the topic is receiving wider coverage. It is a remarkable story of evolution and integration to which the Member States, the Court of Justice of the EU and the other EU institutions have all contributed.
07
Nov
2017
The Constitutional
A new podcast from the ANU College of Law captures conversations about law in a way that is utterly charming and reminds listeners that lawyers are people too.
03
Nov
2017
Lisa Barlin
Lisa Barlin, Partner of Aulich Civil Law, shares her reflection and thoughts on what she would say to her younger self when preparing to embark on her legal career.
03
Nov
2017
Tran-Pacific Partnership
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.
24
Oct
2017
Two people shacking hands in corporate setting
Inadequate whistleblower laws have come under scrutiny in a new book which urges sweeping law reform for Australia in a wide range of areas.
23
Oct
2017
Watching television
I've watched Legally Blonde once (loved it) and just one episode of Suits (rest assured it's one of my desert island DVD box sets).
20
Oct
2017
Jackson Bursill
Final year ANU Law student and accomplished endurance event participant Jackson Bursill is planning to run from Cooktown (QLD) to Footscray in Melbourne (VIC) this November, with the goal of bringing some humanity back into the conversation about Australia's immigration policies.
16
Oct
2017
Maddison Perkins
Maddison Perkins is using her Tuckwell Scholarship to the ANU to try to make the world a better place, especially in areas like mental health and human rights of persons with disabilities.
16
Oct
2017
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The effect of a criminal trial can go far beyond a courtroom. As members of the legal profession, it is incumbent on us to not only monitor our own mental health, but also the health of our colleagues.

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