Recent news

01
Apr
2015
Craig Collins
Craig is currently pursuing PhD research on 'Defamation; Law and Public Opinion in the Australian Colonies; 1824-1874'.
27
Mar
2015
An assignment by an ANU law student – exploring the barriers to using medicinal marijuana in Canberra – has been reframed to become a formal submission to an inquiry being undertaken by the ACT Legislative Assembly.
24
Mar
2015
ANU Law expert Kevin Boreham says Australia has the responsibility and the capacity to tell the Iraqi government that it must stop human rights abuses by the ISF and Shi’a militia.
18
Mar
2015
A partnership between the ANU College of Law and the University of Yangon is helping rebuild Myanmar's legal system.
18
Feb
2015
As two Australians are given an 11th hour reprieve, Professor Don Rothwell, says Indonesia's application of the death penalty for drug crimes breaches the international laws the country is subject to.
12
Feb
2015
Questions have been raised about the adequacy of Australian laws in combating migration fraud says migration law expert, Khanh Hoang.
05
Feb
2015
A national forum hosted by the ANU Legal Workshop and the Wellness Network for Law will reinforce the importance of wellbeing for those working in the legal profession and the need for systemic reforms, rather than Band-Aid solutions.
03
Feb
2015
The ANU College of Law’s position as a leading contributor to climate law has been further strengthened with the appointment of Associate Professor Andrew Macintosh as Chair of the Emissions Reduction Assurance Committee (ERAC).
02
Feb
2015
Whether quotes from popular culture or memorable anecdotes, alumni and friends of the ANU College of Law are being encouraged to suggest words to celebrate the College’s history and inspire future generations of law students.
29
Jan
2015
Australia needs to decide how it will deal with Australians involved in fighting in the Israel-Palestine conflict. Rob McLaughlin and David Letts, Co-Directors of ANU Law's Centre for Military and Security Law write in the Sydney Morning Herald.

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5 Dec 2022

Should 16-year-olds be allowed to vote?

Faith Gordon interviewed by ABC Radio National
5 Dec 2022

Should 16-year-olds be allowed to vote?

Faith Gordon interviewed by ABC Radio National
2 Dec 2022

New Zealand and Australia Ponder a Lower Voting Age

Faith Gordon quoted in The New York Times
29 Nov 2022

Nationals vote to silence talk of one voice

Ron Levy quoted in The Australian
23 Nov 2022

Youth detention centres

Faith Gordon Faith Gordon ABC Radio Darwin
21 Nov 2022

Is it Better to Review or Monitor Terror Laws? The UK and Australian Positions Compared

James Renwick speaks with Jonathan Hall KC about whether it is better to review or monitor terror laws during the Inner Temple Social Context of the Law Lecture.

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