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22
Jul
2016
People
The political fortunes of one of Australia’s most controversial politicians, Pauline Hanson, were revived in the 2016 federal election. Marianne Dickie goes behind the spin to look at what’s really happening in migration policy.
20
Jul
2016
Abstract
Ten current ANU College of Law students, recent graduates and alumni are among the finalists in the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards announced this week.
19
Jul
2016
Court of Arbitration
The opportunity to spend a year working with the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague is now available to ANU Law students and recent graduates with the opening of applications for the 2016 Fellowship.
18
Jul
2016
Photo of Sarah Dobbie
Law student graffiti inspires Sarah Dobbie's speech to the ANU College of Law mid-year graduation ceremony.
15
Jul
2016
ANU Law University Medallist, Adrienne Elmitt.
Former Canberra Girls Grammar student Adrienne Elmitt was announced as a 2016 University Medallist at the mid-year graduation ceremony at The Australian National University.
14
Jul
2016
Photo of Tess Kelly
Undergraduate Student of the year in 2014, Tess Kelly graduates with her Bachelor of Laws with Honours tomorrow leaving the The Australian National University a significant legacy in Indigenous reconciliation.
13
Jul
2016
Spratly Islands
While the decision in the South China Sea Arbitration is final and binding there are no clear mechanisms for its implementation. Any resolution of the conflict will come down to diplomacy and negotiation, writes Donald Rothwell.
08
Jul
2016
Rani John
The practical and policy issues that arise when government corporate regulators move to litigate will be explored by a key speaker at an ANU College of Law and Commercial Law Association Conference.
29
Jun
2016
ANU Law Professors Peter Cane and Jane Stapleton
ANU College of Law Distinguished Professor Jane Stapleton has burst through it to become the first woman in 500 years to be elected as the Master of Christ’s College Cambridge.
23
Jun
2016
EU Flag
ANU Law expert Ryan Goss discusses how the Brexit referendum work and what distinguishes it from referendums that have been held in Australia?

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