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13
Nov
2014
If you completed a first aid course last weekend then you could call yourself a paramedic. A/Prof Michael Eburn and Ruth Townsend asks how the decision to defer the inclusion of paramedics on the Aust. Health Practitioner register can be justified.
04
Nov
2014
Desmond Manderson explores 'zero tolerance', 'harm minimisation' and finds it’s time to reassess what drug laws are “for” if we’re to understand why they have proven so hard to change.
04
Nov
2014
A team of four ANU College of Law students have taken first place in the international law moot Copenhagen Competition, successfully arguing the benefits of using solar energy to create hydrogen fuel.
29
Oct
2014
Miriam Gani explores why now may not be the best time for the Australian parliament to consider new anti-terror legislation.
20
Oct
2014
Trade law expert Dr Matthew Rimmer examines the IP chapter of the TPP which Wikileaks has released.
17
Oct
2014
Visiting Fellow Clive Williams writes about the debate over the group Is Hizb-ut Tahrir
14
Oct
2014
Will a current review of Australian marine parks repeat past mistakes? Lauren Butterly and Benjamin Richardson (UTAS) write in The Conversation.
30
Sep
2014
Are you - or do you know - an ANU Law graduate or student who has made an outstanding difference in the world? If so, nominate them for a 2015 ANU Alumni of the Year Award.
26
Sep
2014
In July this year, ANU law and economics student and World Vision Australia youth representative, Jeeven Nadanakumar, spent two weeks in Cambodia travelling with the Global One initiative.
26
Sep
2014
Will 400,000 people see the UN act on climate change? Dr Matthew Rimmer reports from New York.

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Peter Dutton’s latest citizenship move

Kim Rubenstein quoted in The Saturday Paper
31 Aug 2019

Pell and the rule of law

Elizabeth Curran writes in The Saturday Paper

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