This series aims to showcase the diverse legal research being undertaken at the ANU Collge of Law. It provides a weekly opportunity for academic staff, College visitors and HDR candidates to engage in conversations with high-impact researchers and enrich our research community.
- Professor Kimmo Nuotio
In the traditional law and development doctrine the main goal was economic, since the legal development was needed to enable economic growth. Today, strengthening of the rule of law links with a variety of goals as can be illustrated by the example of...
- Dr John Eldridge
The law respecting relief against contractual penalties is attended by considerable uncertainty. This seminar will survey recent doctrinal developments in this sphere, before proceeding to examine two unresolved questions.
The conference will bring together legal scholars, computer scientists, government legal advisers and public sector integrity experts to discuss the unique set of challenges automation and AI present to liberal democratic governments, administration...
Join Professor Kim Rubenstein and Dr Paul Taylor as they examine citizen stripping and the ICCPR.
For the very first installment of the ANU College of Law Book Club, we celebrate Professor Desmond Manderson's new book: Danse Macabre.
Celebrate and support the five Law PhD students undertaking their Thesis Proposal Review milestone with us.
The book Law of the Sea in South East Asia will be launched by Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, Chief of Navy on 19 November 2019.
Join Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian P. Schmidt in this year’s alumni and friends reception hosted by ANU College of Law and College of Business and Economics.
- Professor Anne Twomey
Brexit in the United Kingdom and the Turnbull/Dutton leadership challenge in Australia have given rise to serious consideration about how a Prime Minister might advise the Queen or Governor-General, and whether reserve powers might be exercised, with...