Join us for an introduction (or re-introduction) to Australia's cultural, political and judicial landscape as we delve into discussions each week to learn about law where the laws are made. All sessions are held virtually over Zoom.
This seminar will cover the outcome of Associate Professor David Letts' research funding grant, including a number of research-related activities undertaken through the Harvard Law School’s Program on International Law and Armed Conflict; the US Naval War College’s Stockton Centre for International Law; and Georgetown University’s Center on National Security and the Law.
The Law Reform and Social Justice Group is hosting Professor Susan Harris Rimmer (JSD '08), Director of the Griffith University Policy Innovation Hub as part of the Justice Careers Q&A series.
- Kate Jenkins, Sex Discrimination Commissioner
Join us for a conversation between ANU Law Visiting Fellow Kieran Pender and Australia's Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins on how Australia and Australians can effectively address sexual harassment in our workplaces.
- Peter Sutherland
- Allan Anforth
The reserch seminar will provide an analysis of recent developments in the compensation scheme established under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (Cth).
A hypothetical domestic terrorist attack - the possible ramifications, anticipated reactions and the effects on the future of our society.
This event will examine the contours and consequences COVID-19 had on the areas of patriotism, borders and equality and discuss how international law and legal institutions can navigate populist-driven threats.
This event provides an opportunity for our students to present their individual and collaborative coursework and extracurricular projects from 2020.
Join Professor Jo Shaw as she introduces the key themes of her book, The People in Question: Citizens and Constitutions in Uncertain Times, before hearing and responding to a selection of expert commentaries from scholars in the field drawn from the Asia and Pacific region.
Join a panel of leading interdisciplinary experts as they explore the complex legal and ethical challenges AI and automated decision-making present to industry, government and the legal profession.