Recent news

19
Feb
2016
The Australian National University’s latest World Bank Group fellow, Kieran Pender, has returned to Canberra after spending two months working with the Special Litigation Unit of the Group’s Integrity Vice Presidency in Washington DC.
19
Feb
2016
Water plays a critical part in the lives of Indigenous communities around the world but they face significant legal challenges having their relationships with it recognised.
18
Feb
2016
One of Australia’s most pre-eminent judges, High Court Justice the Honourable Justice Stephen Gageler, has highlighted the importance and long-term value of the research produced by Australian legal academics.
18
Feb
2016
Despite her embodiment of authentic practicality and fortitude, the newly appointed Nationals deputy leader, Fiona Nash, addressed the media with unwavering confidence - but there was subtle moment that signified ripeness for change.
11
Feb
2016
ANU Law students have fought off 14 other Australian University teams to win this year’s Australian round of the prestigious Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition
05
Feb
2016
How sentencing and punishing offenders can best address and prevent violence and anti-social behaviour will be discussed at a conference at the Australian National University (ANU) this weekend.
03
Feb
2016
A week of intense debate has kicked off for students competing for the chance to represent Australia at the 2016 Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition to be held in Washington, D.C.
29
Jan
2016
Recent media reports about the changes to ATAR cut-offs over the past five years show there can often be much more than meets the eye when it comes to the ATAR needed for a particular course or university.
28
Jan
2016
ANU College of Law Masters student, Sarah Castles is off to The Hague as the first recipient of the ANU Fellowship to the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
27
Jan
2016
ANU alumni Chief Judge of the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, John Pascoe AC CVO, has been appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia.

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Iran wants a hostage deal it can bank on

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Can laws compel us to be vaccinated?

Michael Eburn comments in The Canberra Times
27 Aug 2020

Sentencing looms in Christchurch mosque case

Donald Rothwell interviewed by ABC Radio
27 Aug 2020

Job-ready graduates changes loom as last straw for emerging researchers

Andrew Ray writes in The Conversation

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