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01
Mar
2018
Hannah Dawson
Hannah Dawson has been awarded the King & Wood Mallesons Prize for Law Studies, the Maurice Blackburn Prize for Labour Law and the Sparke Helmore Prize for Equity and Trusts.
01
Mar
2018
Rian Terrell
Rian Terrell has been awarded the Thomas Richards Prize for Current Issues in Administrative Law and the Peggy and Stephen Tang Prize for Financial Markets and Takeovers.
01
Mar
2018
Kieran Pender
Final year law student Kieran Pender has received the Dean’s Certificate for Law Internship after he completed an internship with the Centre for International and Public Law at ANU.
01
Mar
2018
Myanmar
In 2017, ANU College of Law launched the Myanmar Clinical Program, course in which ANU Law students teach at law schools in Myanmar. Following a successful inaugural trip, the course has received $108,900 funding through the 2018 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grants from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
01
Mar
2018
Christina Lee
Each year ANU College of Law awards the Phillipa Weeks Scholarship to one first-year LLB (Hons) student who has undertaken (at least) the final two years of their secondary schooling in a regional or remote area of Australia.
01
Mar
2018
KCLS
Judy Harrison, Senior Lecturer at ANU College of Law has been recognised for her work in establishing the Kimberley Community Legal Service (KCLS)-ANU initiative.
01
Mar
2018
Daniel McKay
An award-winning Bachelor of Arts (Hons) / Bachelor of Law (Hons) alumnus of The Australian National University is furthering his love of history at Cambridge University in 2018 after winning a prestigious scholarship.
01
Mar
2018
Students and staff from ANU and the University of Tokyo, and scientists from the Mount Fuji Research Institute, at the Mount Hoei crater on the flanks of Mount Fuji, at 2,500 metres above sea level. Photo by Holly White.
Matthew Teh, BSc ’17, LLB (Hons) ’17, felt privileged to make new friendships while indulging a passion for geoscience.
27
Feb
2018
Sally Wheeler
Meet Professor Sally Wheeler OBE, the new Dean of the ANU College of Law. Professor Wheeler has come to ANU from the Queen's University Belfast where she recently served a five-year term as Head of the School of Law.
22
Feb
2018
An anti-terrorism bollard on the corner of Bourke and Elizabeth streets. Photo: James Ross
This year could see China and Russia with a counterterrorism capability to deploy smart killer drones using facial-recognition technology to eliminate persons deemed to be "terrorists". Many such persons would be considered by Australians to be activists, separatists or insurgents - rather than "terrorists".

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