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09
Apr
2018
Image shows Megan Davis smiling and standing beneath a tree
Megan is one of Australia's most highly regarded lawyers specialising in public law and public international law.
09
Apr
2018
Image shows Jackson Bursill smiling and leaning against an archway
Jackson combined his passion for fitness and helping others by establishing two endurance events to raise money and awareness for social causes.
05
Apr
2018
Photo shows Maxine Viertmann standing in front of a book case
"I saw the World Bank Fellowship as a good opportunity to get practical exposure to anti-corruption efforts and broaden my experience in the anti-corruption field."
07
Mar
2018
Australia and Timor-Leste settle maritime boundary
After nearly two years of a facilitated conciliation process initiated under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Australia and Timor Leste have finally reached agreement on a maritime boundary in the Timor Sea.
05
Mar
2018
Elly McLean
The 2018 Phillipa Weeks in Law for Rural and Regional students has been awarded to Eloise McLean, who aspires to work in the International Court of Justice and one day go into politics.
02
Mar
2018
ANU students studying
The Australian National University (ANU) has reaffirmed its position as a leading global university with the latest rankings listing four subjects in the world's top 10, and 13 subjects listed in the top 20 in the world.
01
Mar
2018
Anne Downer Prize
There is a black-and-white photograph of Ann Downer taken in 1908 at age 19. This is the woman Aubrey Downer fell in love with. They married in Sydney in 1912 and had four children, eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
01
Mar
2018
David Cribb
David Cribb is the 2017 recipient of the Blackburn Medal for Research in Law. The medal is awarded for the student who received the year’s highest mark for an honours thesis or supervised research paper. 
01
Mar
2018
Mervyn Knowles
As the long serving second and successor to Sir Robert Garran GCMG KC, Sir George Knowles CBE performed an integral role in the development of the Australian Public Service, the city of Canberra, and Canberra University College.
01
Mar
2018
Katrina Hall
Juris Doctor student Katrina Hall BPLSc (IR) has been awarded the inaugural Kirsten Sjolander Memorial Prize for receiving the highest mark in International Human Rights Law. 

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