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17
Jan
2020
Associate Professor Joshua Neoh
How does one lead a life of law, love, and freedom? It’s a question that Associate Professor Joshua Neoh aims to address in his new book, "Law, Love and Freedom: From the Sacred to the Secular".
15
Jan
2020
Bev King
By printing readings for students and greeting them with her ready smile, Bev King helped "personalise" the ANU Law experience for countless students in her role at the front office.
23
Dec
2019
David Letts, Hitoshi Nasu
CMSL Director Associate Professor David Letts AM, CSM recently caught up with former CMSL Co-Director Professor Hitoshi Nasu at the US Naval War College.
13
Dec
2019
Grace Bramwell, ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons) graduand
ANU graduand Grace Bramwell is determined not to let a degenerative eye disease distort her vision of one day becoming a barrister.
11
Dec
2019
Hannah Dawson, 2019 University Medallist
From aspiring actress to University Medallist, Hannah Dawson's law studies at ANU have been shaped by curiosity and determination.
03
Dec
2019
Jeremy (Wei Peng) Soh
When Jeremy (Wei Peng) Soh undertook his internship at the Commonwealth Ombudsman, he never imagined it would lead to him publishing an article in research journal.
29
Nov
2019
Alan Wu (GDLP '12, LLM '16)
Alan Wu (GDLP '12, LLM '16) discusses what it means to be selected in the inaugural cohort of the Obama Foundation Leaders: Asia-Pacific.
20
Nov
2019
Modern Slavery Act
Have well do hotel-sector businesses live up to their corporate social responsibility statements? ANU Law students teamed up with international NGOs to find out in a global research report.
19
Nov
2019
Sally O'Donnell (LLM '18)
Sally O'Donnell (LLM '18) reveals what it means to be named the 2019-2020 Yuill Scholar and International Court of Justice Judicial Fellow.
15
Nov
2019
Parliament House
ANU School of Practice researcher Associate Professor Liz Curran has filed a submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission's major project.

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18 Sep 2020

Iran wants a hostage deal it can bank on

Clive Williams writes in The Australian
31 Aug 2020

Can laws compel us to be vaccinated?

Michael Eburn comments in The Canberra Times
27 Aug 2020

Sentencing looms in Christchurch mosque case

Donald Rothwell interviewed by ABC Radio
27 Aug 2020

Job-ready graduates changes loom as last straw for emerging researchers

Andrew Ray writes in The Conversation

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