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10
Oct
2017
Book
ANU Law has launched the Unrequired Reading List, a curated list of books, films, texts and artworks intended to complement students’ study of the law.
05
Oct
2017
Bullets
The latest mass shooting in the United States, with a higher death toll than ever before, leaves most Australians wondering what it would take for Americans to desire tighter gun controls.
28
Sep
2017
Moeen Cheema
ANU College of Law Senior Lecturer Moeen Cheema has been granted an Australia Awards Fellowship to analyse the rule of law dimensions of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
27
Sep
2017
Fiona Wheeler
One of a growing number of ANU Law academics who has forged a highly successful career at her alma mater, Fiona Wheeler (BA ’87, LLB (Hons) ’89, PhD ’99) has a unique perspective on the institution that she both studied and taught with.
26
Sep
2017
Moira Murray
It is important to remember that clients are not just a set of facts or a problem to be solved. How do you learn how to listen to and talk to clients whose legal problems need your expertise? Here are some tips to help you.
26
Sep
2017
Myanmar group 2017
A clinical course in which ANU Law students teach at law schools in Myanmar has received $108,900 funding through the 2018 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grants from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
26
Sep
2017
ANU Law students Skype with KCLS solicitors at the hot desk. Image: Stuart Hay
Law students from The Australian National University (ANU) College of Law are voluntarily staffing a Canberra-based hot desk to help Kimberley Community Legal Service (KCLS) lawyers assist people with legal issues in the Kimberley region over 5,000 kilometres away.
25
Sep
2017
Support future Indigenous lawyers
Often Indigenous Australians’ lives are measured in statistics. Most successes and failures of Australia’s First Peoples are recorded and used – more often than not by non-Indigenous people – to form policies on their behalf.
18
Sep
2017
Working mothers
A significant gender divide continues to exist amongst the legal community towards work life balance, impacting career paths.
15
Sep
2017
Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland, Captain James Cook, c. 1775
Injustice is observable only under certain conditions. Getting better at being able to see injustice is a vocational issue for people working in law. After all, justice is what legal systems are for.

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