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29
Aug
2017
Vivien Holmes
We learn from the lawyers we work with. Think about which of them you’d like to emulate.
29
Aug
2017
Daniel McNamara
Final-year Arts/Law student Daniel McNamara is set to finish his degree on a high when he undertakes an ACICIS Law Professional Practicum in Jakarta.
22
Aug
2017
Federal Court of Australia
To mark the Federal Court of Australia's milestone 40th year, the ANU Law School is hosting a conference to reflect on the Court’s contributions to Australian law.
21
Aug
2017
Dr William Boothby, Professor Michael Schmitt and Professor Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg
August is a busy month for the Centre for Military and Security Law at ANU College of Law, hosting three international law experts.
21
Aug
2017
Subi Reef
The Chief of the Royal Australian Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, and leading international law experts will speak at an ANU College of Law event this week.
18
Aug
2017
Kylie Beutel
Third-year Arts/Law student Kylie Beutel takes part in the ACT Supreme Court Indigenous Mentoring Program.
17
Aug
2017
Jessica Elliott
Law student Jessica Elliott earned a place in a DFAT delegation to the United Nations last month.
15
Aug
2017
Evelyn
Meet Evelyn, an Arts/Law student who loves learning languages, legal internships, and writing for Woroni.
14
Aug
2017
Banking sector
Since the GFC there have been more than 17 Inquiries and Reviews into the AFS, with an emphasis on poor bank behaviour and bank culture. The volume of recommendations made by the various Inquiries and Reviews is astonishing when compared to those recommendations that have actually been implemented. Disappointment has been rife within the community because the change that was expected to follow the Inquiries and Reviews was not delivered. A wide range of voices across the community have called for government intervention, and the government has hit back with several measures announced as part of the 2017 Federal Budget.
14
Aug
2017
Sweatshop
A leading human rights law expert from ANU has urged the Federal Government to take a lead to improve Australian companies’ transparency about human rights problems that may occur in supply-chains overseas.

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26 Sep 2017

Review of K. Rubenstein, Australian Citizenship Law, Lawbook Company of Australia/Thomson Reuters, Sydney, 2017 (2nd edition)

Kim Rubenstein cited in Eudo Citizenship (European Union Democracy Observatory on Citizenship)
19 Sep 2017

How does Australia decide to go to war?

Ernst Willheim speaks to ABC 666 Mornings
7 Sep 2017

Does section 44 affect Jewish MPs?

Kim Rubenstein writes in The Australian Jewish News
21 Aug 2017

Uni hot-desk to aid civil law

Judy Harrison The West Australian
16 Aug 2017

No Brexit from the South China Sea

Donald Rothwell writes in East Asia Forum
15 Aug 2017

Nick Xenophon enters the dual citizenship mix

Kim Rubenstein quoted in The Australian

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