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Jul
2018
Sarah enjoying the picturesque scenery surrounding Jakarta
Sarah Locker on Indonesia experience
26
Jun
2018
Image shows from left Dr Heather Roberts, student Christopher Skoglund, Prof James Stellios and Prof Michael Coper
Christopher Skoglund, 2018 Leslie Zines Scholar
22
Jun
2018
Emma Berry standing and smiling
Melbourne-born Emma Berry, who belongs to the Wilyakali nation from Broken Hill, has received the 2018 ANU Law Indigenous Students’ Practical Legal Training Scholarship.
22
Jun
2018
Image is deliberately blurred and shows people walking
Ron Levy on the Future of Australia’s Federation Survey.
04
Jun
2018
National water reforms were introduced in 2004 excluded Indigenous Australians
18
May
2018
Dr Jo Ford smiles and sits in front of law journals
Dr Jo Ford will co-teach a program for practising lawyers in Australia and then worldwide
03
May
2018
Dean Sally Wheeler (left) talks with Caitlin Figueiredo
Caitlin has been recognised for her work on parliamentary gender equality
05
Apr
2018
Photo shows Maxine Viertmann standing in front of a book case
"I saw the World Bank Fellowship as a good opportunity to get practical exposure to anti-corruption efforts and broaden my experience in the anti-corruption field."
05
Mar
2018
Elly McLean
The 2018 Phillipa Weeks in Law for Rural and Regional students has been awarded to Eloise McLean, who aspires to work in the International Court of Justice and one day go into politics.
01
Mar
2018
Daniel McKay
An award-winning Bachelor of Arts (Hons) / Bachelor of Law (Hons) alumnus of The Australian National University is furthering his love of history at Cambridge University in 2018 after winning a prestigious scholarship.

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5 Jan 2019

Unwanted man: Prakash decision a many-layered headache for Canberra

Kim Rubenstein interviewed by Sydney Morning Herald; Fairfax Media
26 Sep 2018

Strawberry contamination creates food for thought

Clive Williams writes in The Sydney Morning Herald
25 Sep 2018

Taking Bigotry off the Books in India

Wayne Morgan interviewed by Policy Forum Pod
24 Sep 2018

Royal Commission may expose human rights shortfallings

writes in Australian Ageing Agenda

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