Professor Kim Rubenstein, Director of the Centre for International and Public Law at the ANU College of Law, was named in The Australian Financial Review and Westpac Bank have Australia's top 100 women of influence.
In a display of remarkable versatility, ANU College of Law Dean and photography enthusiast Michael Coper has won the community section of the Adelaide Law School 'Images of Justice' Photographic Competition.
Congratulations to our teachers David Prince, Kerry Murphy, Michael Jones, Nigel Dobbie and Sudrishti Reich, who have once again been identified by the Australian Financial Review as amongst Australia's Best Lawyers.
Congratulations to colleagues, Rebecca Monson and James Stellios, and also Christine Beuerman (University of Tasmania) on their outstanding research and eligibility to graduate from the Doctor of Philosophy degree.
Professor of Commercial Law Stephen Bottomley has been announced as the new Dean of The Australian National University College of Law.
Professor Bottomley's appointment follows an international search to fill the position.
The Migration Law Program led by Sub-Dean Marianne Dickie, has achieved a Special Commendation in the Vice-Chancellors Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning
The mid-year graduation ceremony was an outstanding occasion for Law, with Asmi Wood doubly honoured with the award of his PhD and a Vice Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence, and the entire migration law team also having conferred on them a Vice
ANU College of Law students won the 10th Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Moot national round.
Legal Workshop's innovative, simulation based Integrated Learning Environment (the ILE Project) has sparked international attention.
Liz Keogh, Anne Macduff and Aliya Steed have been awarded a 2012 Teaching Enhancement Grant for their project "Teaching Law students to deal with emotion through authentic learning experiences."