Law graduate BESMELLAH REZAEE argues his case for an Australian bill of rights.
The history of mankind is entwined with an ongoing struggle between the right and the wrong, the just and the unjust, and the compassionate and the cruel.
Staff of the ANU College of Law held a special morning tea on Wednesday 2 April for the first group of Tuckwell Scholars studying law. Twelve of the 25 scholars are undertaking either a flexible double or vertical double degree with law.
A Conference in Honour of Emeritus Professor Dennis Pearce.
Public Law Weekend 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
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