Recent news

11
Aug
2017
Coffee Beans
What are some factors in regulating corporate action and transparency on human rights risks across supply chains?
09
Aug
2017
ANU College of Law takes a stand against sexual violence on campus following release of the AHRC report
On 2 August, the Australian Human Rights Commission report, Change the Course, which documented widespread sexual harassment and sexual assault on Australian university campuses was launched.
08
Aug
2017
Marriage equality protest
Ryan Goss writes an explainer for The Conversation with his take on the fast-moving Marriage Equality plebiscite debate.
07
Aug
2017
Pro-Chancellor Naomi Flutter
Meet Naomi Flutter, the University's new Pro-Chancellor, and also ANU Law alumna - LLB (Hons) and GDLP.
04
Aug
2017
Road Train
A level playing field must be established for TruckSafe to operate effectively.
02
Aug
2017
Plane in the sky above buildings
Passenger aircraft continue to be a target for terrorists.
01
Aug
2017
""
Resilience is an important part of anyone’s career, and we learn something new even from setbacks. It’s also important to have contingency plans.
27
Jul
2017
Justine Poon at the Greater Together Exhibition
ANU Law PhD candidate Justine Poon has written a “Letter to the Land” for an artwork currently featuring in an exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) in Melbourne.
25
Jul
2017
Henry Aitken
Yuill Scholarship recipient Harry Aitken (LLB (Hons), BA ’14) has just completed a ten-month associateship with Judge James Crawford at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, and is set to undertake a Master of Laws at the University of Cambridge.
20
Jul
2017
Google and technology
A recent decision of the Canadian Supreme Court arising from an intellectual property dispute between 2 Canadian businesses raises some interesting issues about the power of domestic courts to make orders against search engines that have effect worldwide.

Pages

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

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team