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13
Jul
2017
Sascha Kouvelis
We spoke to newly minted ANU Law graduates and asked them five more questions.
13
Jul
2017
Amelia Noble
We spoke to newly minted ANU Law graduates and asked them five more questions.
13
Jul
2017
Graduation
We spoke to some newly minted ANU Law graduates and asked them to answer just a few more questions before graduation.
06
Jul
2017
child buries face in hands
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has released a new research report about how memory affects child sexual abuse prosecutions.
03
Jul
2017
Launch of updated commentary on Second Geneva Convention
In the years since the Second World War, the international community has been fortunate not to see many conflicts at sea. However in a world where conflict is rife, with regional maritime border disputes continuing to make headlines, we can't be complacent.
30
Jun
2017
Simon Rice
As Professor Simon Rice departs the ANU College of Law, he reflects on almost 10 years as founding director of the Law Reform and Social Justice initiative.
29
Jun
2017
Holding hands
The ACT Law Reform Advisory Council (LRAC) has set out to answer how Canberra could become a restorative city.
29
Jun
2017
The Tarawa-class amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu (LHA 5)
A dedicated South China Sea commission could be based on a negotiated treaty framework that requires each state to give consent writes Professor Donald R. Rothwell
26
Jun
2017
Finnish icebreaker Nordica
After serving as a rapporteur at the annual Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting in Beijing, Scott Joblin is about to join an Arctic icebreaker expedition undertaking the North West Passage to Greenland.
23
Jun
2017
In the second part of her series on the development of a Global Compact for migration, Marianne Dickie writes that while the world looks at ways to increase safety for refugees, Australia remains focused on securing its borders.

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

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