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Jun
2016
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ANU College of Law Alumnus, John Schmidt, takes on a key role over-sighting electoral laws in NSW.
16
Jun
2016
ANU College of Law student Caitlin Figueiredo
In a few short years, ANU College of Law student Caitlin Figueiredo has made her mark as a champion for women's equality and youth representation.
14
Jun
2016
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Two ANU College of Law alumni feature in this years Queen's Birthday Honours List.
14
Jun
2016
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ANU College of Law expert Asmi Wood examines why Australia won't recognise Indigenous customary law.
09
Jun
2016
Photo of Rebecca Lucas, who is the 2016 ANU College of Law World Bank Scholar.
ANU Law student Rebecca Lucas heads to Washington this November to work on fraud and corruption investigations as the 2016 World Bank - ANU College of Law Fellow.
06
Jun
2016
Professor Desmond Manderson argues that the real problems confronting Australian society are being religiously avoided by political parties and the media in the 2016 election.
02
Jun
2016
ANU College of Law alumnus, the Hon. Justice Alan Robertson of the Federal Court, has been appointed to the Australian Competition Tribunal.
25
May
2016
Overreaction to events by British police plays into the hands of those who want to undermine society through acts of terrorism or the threat of terrorist violence writes ANU Law expert Clive Williams.
23
May
2016
The International Law expertise of ANU College of Law academics was a significant draw card for postgraduate legal student, Darcy Jackman.
17
May
2016
We need a global education campaign to change corporate attitudes that bribery is a necessary part of doing business abroad, writes ANU Law expert Kath Hall.

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1 Aug 2020

Suing for climate action

Kieran Pender writes in The Saturday Paper
31 Jul 2020

So, why the sudden rush to visit Mars?

Cassandra Steer writes in The Canberra Times
31 Jul 2020

An oil rig platform in the South China Sea

Donald Rothwell writes in The Canberra Times
30 Jul 2020

Laying down the law in the South China Sea

Donald Rothwell writes in East Asia Forum
26 Jul 2020

Bostock v Clayton County and A Tribute To William Ah Ket

Wayne Morgan interviewed by The Wigs Podcast

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