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07
Dec
2017
Dr Anthony Hopkins
One of ANU Law’s most dynamic senior lecturers is Dr Anthony Hopkins whose expertise in criminal law, sentencing and the rights of Indigenous Australians is invaluable to the ANU Law School and to the people for whom he speaks out.
05
Dec
2017
Alice Dawkins
ANU Honours student Alice Dawkins has been selected from over 4,000 applicants worldwide as a Schwarzman Scholar for 2018/2019.
30
Nov
2017
Kathy Liu
ANU Law graduand Kathy Liu was recently named a Global Winner in the 2017 Undergraduate Award for law, for a research essay written for LAWS4260 Law and Psychology.
29
Nov
2017
Professor Stephen Bottomley, Mary Spiers Williams and Professor Kim Rubenstein at the 2017 ANU Staff Excellence Awards
Awards season is underway at the Australian National University and many of our colleagues in the ANU College of Law have been recognised for the important contribution they make.
29
Nov
2017
Senator Cory Bernardi
Abortion is still a criminal act in two of Australia's most populous states, NSW and Queensland.  This fact remains mostly undiscussed, perhaps in nervous belief that poor law - kept quiet - is better than forcing open debate which might result in tougher, emphatic law. Professor Margaret Thornton writes.
29
Nov
2017
Pages of a book
The ANU Law-based Federal Law Review has awarded the annual Zines Prize for Excellence in Legal Research to Monash University-based Faculty of Law contributor Dr Lisa Burton Crawford.
28
Nov
2017
Confused young woman
The relationship between legal ethics and morality.
27
Nov
2017
Jackson Bursill
Soon-to-be Law/Commerce graduate, Jackson Bursill, is about to embark on a three-month run from Cooktown to Melbourne to raise awareness of refugees. The project, Bounding Plains to Share, will see Jackson and co-founder Cassie Cohen run 4,000km in what will be a storytelling venture as well as a gruelling test of endurance.
24
Nov
2017
North Korean Flag painted on concrete
​​​​​​​Donald Trump's redesignation of North Korea as a "state sponsor of terrorism" was predictable, even though it has not "repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism" since it was taken off the US State Department list in 2008. Professor Clive Williams writes.
22
Nov
2017
Professor Stephen Bottomley and Di Stewart visit the 2017 ANU College of Law renovation site.
The iconic ANU College of Law building is undergoing a substantial renovation.

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Broad brush for transport in honours list

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