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11
Aug
2016
Nauru
The Guardian Australia has released more than 2,000 leaked incident reports from Australia’s offshore processing centre on Nauru. These reports cover the period from May 2013 to October 2015. They document numerous incidents of child sexual abuse, assault and attempted self-harm.
10
Aug
2016
ILA South Africa
Five senior academics from the ANU College of Law will represent Australia this week at the 77th Biennial Conference of the International Law Association, the key global gathering of international law scholars and practitioners.
09
Aug
2016
Fiona Albert
As the 2016 Olympics gets underway in Rio de Janeiro, the ANU College of Law is again congratulating members of its student and alumni community who will represent their country in coming weeks.
08
Aug
2016
TEWLS
Five weeks working at the coalface of a women’s legal service in Darwin as part of the Aurora Internship Program helped focused the legal ambitions of fifth year ANU Law student, Harita Sridhar.
04
Aug
2016
Joshua Neoh
In Canberra for a very cold pit stop between Cambridge England and his new temporary base in Cambridge New England, ANU College of Law lecturer Joshua Neoh has love on his mind – but not the conventional kind.
03
Aug
2016
Plebiscite
Australia has had just three national plebiscites: two on conscription of troops during the first world war, and a 1977 vote on the national anthem. It seems likely parliament will need to pass the framework legislation for any marriage plebiscite.
28
Jul
2016
CEO of the Sony Foundation, Sophie Ryan.
ANU alumnus and CEO of Sony Foundation Australia, Sophie Ryan, shared the challenges and lessons of her legal career with ANU Law graduates at the mid-year graduation ceremony.
27
Jul
2016
Professor Bill Andreen
The ANU-Alabama Joint Summer Program started as the brainchild of two mates and has grown to become one of the most sought after law student exchanges.
27
Jul
2016
Military ships at sea
ANU International Law expert Professor Donald Robertson explains how the international tribunal ruling on the South China Sea will reshape the legal discourse in the region.
25
Jul
2016
In less than 24 hours, Papua New Guineans will know the fate of Prime Minister Peter O’Neill when the national parliament sits for a vote of no-confidence. Bal Kama explores the three possible scenarios.

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