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03
Apr
2014

A Conference in Honour of Emeritus Professor Dennis Pearce.

Public Law Weekend 2014

02
Apr
2014

Associate Professor Miriam Gani writes about corruption investigations in the Canberra Time

02
Apr
2014
Climate change is an issue for public health, law, poverty and even human survival, according to the latest IPCC report. Dr Matthew Rimmer and Alexandra Phelan comment for New Matilda.
01
Apr
2014

Professor Don Rothwell says whaling decision should not infect international relations - ABC Lateline.

31
Mar
2014
Hosted by the ANU Migration Law Program this conference will suit everyone interested in the ramifications of migration law and policy, particularly legal scholars and legal practitioners working in the field of migration law.
27
Mar
2014

Holocaust denier Fredrick Toben would never have breached federal racial vilification law under the Federal Government's proposed changes - that's how weak they are, writes Professor Simo

25
Mar
2014

The international law societies of Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Japan and the United States of America (the “Four Societies”) have held four conferences bringing together early career scholars around a theme, generally leading to an edited confere

25
Mar
2014
It is already clear that the 2013 Senate election will be seen as a landmark in Australian electoral history.
18
Mar
2014

Brody Warren, ANU BA/LLB graduate, has been awarded the Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship for Australian Students to undertake

18
Mar
2014

The federal government’s crackdown on asylum seekers through its Operation Sovereign Borders program and legalising torture are some of the topics featured in the first 2014 International Advocate, being launched tonight.

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1 Aug 2020

Suing for climate action

Kieran Pender writes in The Saturday Paper
31 Jul 2020

So, why the sudden rush to visit Mars?

Cassandra Steer writes in The Canberra Times
31 Jul 2020

An oil rig platform in the South China Sea

Donald Rothwell writes in The Canberra Times
30 Jul 2020

Laying down the law in the South China Sea

Donald Rothwell writes in East Asia Forum
26 Jul 2020

Bostock v Clayton County and A Tribute To William Ah Ket

Wayne Morgan interviewed by The Wigs Podcast

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