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28
Jul
2020
Daniel Kang
Daniel Wei-En Kang is a Bachelor of International Relations/Laws (Hons) student at the Australian National University.
14
Jul
2020
Ntina Tzouvala
Dr Ntina Tzouvala is a senior lecturer at ANU College of Law.
26
Jun
2020
Dr Bal Kama
From the remote highlands of Papua New Guinea to the heights of legal academia, Dr Bal Kama's scholarly success has been shaped by his determination to overcome challenges and deep commitment to the Pacific.
23
Jun
2020
Yasmin Pyramids
Bachelor of Laws/International Relations student Yasmin Poole with the assistance of her Austrade connections, secured a two-month internship at Austrade’s office in Mexico City that began in December 2019.
11
Jun
2020
Liam Boyle
An essay titled ‘The Significant Role of the Australia Acts in Australian Public Law’ written by Liam Boyle, a senior lawyer at the Australian Government Solicitor in Canberra, has won the prestigious 2020 Zines Prize for Excellence in Legal Research.
09
Jun
2020
Queen's Birthday Honours List 2019
Two ANU College of Law alumni and an honorary professor have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List.
05
Jun
2020
A climate activist holds a placard at a protest
GreenLaw aims to empower the next generation of lawyers and build a better planet.
04
Jun
2020
Chelsea Rock
If you’re a teacher, parent or even a student yourself, you know that it can be challenging to keep educational content engaging. However, fourth-year Bachelor of Arts/Law (Hons) student Chelsea Rock developed a creative solution to this age-old dilemma.
03
Jun
2020
Remote learning
Teaching and studying online is a brave new world for many of us at ANU College of Law, but it's one we're navigating together with trademark collegiality.
02
Jun
2020
Kade Alexander
ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons) student Kade Alexander discusses his work as an Indigenous Associate Prosecutor with the ACT Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and what National Reconciliation Week means to him.

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18 Sep 2020

Iran wants a hostage deal it can bank on

Clive Williams writes in The Australian
31 Aug 2020

Can laws compel us to be vaccinated?

Michael Eburn comments in The Canberra Times
27 Aug 2020

Sentencing looms in Christchurch mosque case

Donald Rothwell interviewed by ABC Radio
27 Aug 2020

Job-ready graduates changes loom as last straw for emerging researchers

Andrew Ray writes in The Conversation

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