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12
Feb
2021
Charles Zhan (JD '11)
From Beijing to Canberra, Charles Zhan (JD '11) reflects on his journey as a migrant, ANU Law alumnus, and international trade lawyer.
12
Feb
2021
Lessons learned on the Top End
Bachelor of Laws (Hons)/Asian Studies student, Clare McBride-Kelly, reflects upon her experiences as a summer intern for the Aurora Education Foundation.
10
Feb
2021
Himangi Ticku
ANU Juris Doctor candidate, Himangi Ticku, has spent a great deal of time in prison over the past two years, working to support detainees and their families.
08
Feb
2021
Image shows ANU Law Dean Sally Wheeler
A research paper by ANU Law Dean Professor Sally Wheeler OBE has been shortlisted Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) Article Prize 2021.
04
Feb
2021
Australia Day protests at Parliament House
ANU public law scholars have supported a submission to the Federal Government urging the enshrinement of an Indigenous Voice in the Constitution.
28
Jan
2021
Australia Day Honours
The Australian National University (ANU) College of Law congratulates all members of our community who have been acknowledged in the 2021 Australia Day Honours List.
28
Jan
2021
Professor Greg Weeks
A research article co-authored by Professor Greg Weeks and alumna Sarah Lim (BInfTech ’19, LLB (Hons) ’20) sheds new light on government schemes for extrajudicial compensation.
27
Jan
2021
Social justice
Dr Faith Gordon has recently been invited to join the international editorial board of a new book series focussing on law reform.
25
Jan
2021
Lucia Cipullo
For Lucia Cipullo (BA ’08, MIntL (Hons) ’10), pursuing an international career was a dream nurtured by her multicultural upbringing.
19
Jan
2021
New chapter examines ‘dark side’ of emotional AI in emerging technologies
Dr Damian Clifford explores the emergence of technologies capable of detecting, classifying and responding to users’ emotional lives.

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14 Apr 2021

Brereton’s unfinished business

Clive Williams quoted in Inside Story
9 Apr 2021

Escaping Myanmar

Jonathan Liljeblad interviewed by 'The Project'
29 Mar 2021

Dangerous precedents

Kieran Pender writes in The Monthly
29 Mar 2021

How one case helped shape workplace sexual harassment lawsuits

Kieran Pender quoted in The Sydney Morning Herald

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