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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.
20
Jan
2015
Without an open approach to sharing intellectual property, clean energy technologies will be at the mercy of corporate patent trolls, says IP law expert, Dr Matthew Rimmer.
15
Jan
2015
The employability of graduates from the ANU College of Law has again been recognised with the 2015 Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship awarded to an ANU law graduate for the second time in as many years.
15
Jan
2015
Clive Williams writes in the Canberra Times on the challenges of keeping track of potential terrorists in Australia because of the large number of persons of security interest.
14
Jan
2015
Piracy has been diminishing and drug seizures by Western warships are rising in the Indian Ocean, but trafficking drugs by sea is not a maritime crime of the same type as piracy, which is subject to universal jurisdiction, as Rob McLaughlin explains.
12
Jan
2015
New spaces for students, improved service areas and sustainable design will come together in a spectacular refurbishment of the main entrance foyer to the ANU College of Law in 2015.
10
Jan
2015
In the wake of the Australian drawdown in Afghanistan there has been much discussion of what was achieved, was it worth it and has it made a long-term difference. Clive Williams shares his perspective in the Canberra Times.
09
Jan
2015
The ANU College of Law has announced several new education programs for 2015: the Bachelor of Laws (Honours), the Graduate Certificate of Law, the Master of Laws in Migration Law and an enhanced Juris Doctor.
07
Jan
2015
Selected law students and recent law graduates are being given the opportunity to travel to The Hague – and spend nine months working with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) – as part of the ANU College of Law’s prestigious Yuill Scholarship.

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