The ANU College of Law’s position has been strengthened with the appointment of Professor Peta Spender as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.
International scholarship success for Law students. Two flexible double degree students from the ANU College of Law have been awarded prestigious scholarships to study in Asia as part of the government’s New Colombo Plan.
An exceptional contribution to the law and the arts has seen the ANU College of Law’s Professor Tim Bonyhady recognised in the 2014 Queen's Birthday Order of Australia Honours.
Professor Leslie Zines AO, who was Dean of the ANU Faculty of Law between 1973 and 1975, and again between 1984 and 1986, died peacefully in Canberra after a long illness on 31 May. He was 83.
On 28 May 2014, a petition signed by 1.8 million people worldwide was delivered to the Australian Parliament to protest against the radical secrecy surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Learning how to apply theory to real life situations is one of the important skills that students in the Youth Law Clinical Program run by the ANU College of Law are learning while working at the ACT Youth Law Centre (YLC).
Applications now accepted for the Summer/Winter in Geneva Program 2015. Applications close Thursday 12 June 2014.
Professor Simon Rice is currently chairing a review into Canberra’s discrimination laws after the Council received a request from the ACT government to look at whether the Act needs to be changed.
There has been an increasing focus upon the role of cities and local government in respect of action upon climate change. Dr Matthew Rimmer reflects on a lecture by ACT Environment Minister Simon Corbell (Medium).
A $25 Co-op Bookshop voucher and refreshments (including gluten free option) awaits you if you are a GDLP student in the current run of the PPC who volunteers to participate in a focus group to share your experiences, reflections and attitudes towards t