Australia should respond to the extraordinary actions of the government of Nauru in deporting and terminating the employment of its only magistrate, Peter Law, and denying its Chief Justice, Geoffrey Eames, a visa to re-enter the country.
A recent article by Professor Don Anton made available on SSRN, analysing potential claims that Timor-Leste may have against Australia in relation to the dispute over 'Timor Gap' arran
The leaked environment chapter of the Trans-Pacfic Partnerships agreement confirms our worst fears - a sellout to fossil fuels and no enforcement ability, writes Matthew Rimmer an
A Summer Research Scholarship at The Australian National University is an exceptional research opportunity for undergraduate students, providing insight into what studying for an Honours or a graduate research degree is all about.
Law and economics student Jeeven Nadanakumar represented Australia at the One Young World Summit in South Africa in October.
ANU College of Law Professor Paul Maharg, is part of a team of legal education experts that will be working with the Hong Kong Law Society to undertake consultation with the market and stakeholders on the possibility of a common entrance examination for
Congratulations to Associate Professor James Stellios, Associate Professor Alex Bruce, Professor Tom Faunce, Professor Don Rothwell and Dr Hitoshi Nasu for receiving Australian Research Council Grants for 2014.