Upcoming Events

08
Feb
2022
Reflections on Death
1.00PM to 2.00PM ANU Law and Philosophy Forum
  • Associate Professor Joshua Neoh

The ANU Law and Philosophy Forum is delighted to announce its seventh meeting in 2021: a reading and discussion led by Dr Joshua Neoh, who will be reflecting on the topic of death.
 

09
Feb
2022
Parenting & Work in a post-COVID context
9.00AM to 5.00PM Virtual conference
  • Commissioner June Oscar AO
  • Professor Sally Wheeler OBE

'Parenting and work in a post-COVID context' is a conference hosted by the ANU College of Law and supported by the Australian Public Service (APS). 

16-18
Feb
2022
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8.30AM to 3.45PM Annual event

Despite having to postpone this event beyond the 60th anniversary of ANU Law and the 30th anniversary of the Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL), we are pleased to confirm that this major public law conference will now be held at The Australian National University in Canberra, on 16-18 February 2022. The conference theme is ‘Public Law and Inequality’.  

16
Feb
2022
5.30PM to 7.00PM Public lecture

Join Professor Megan Davis for the annual Geoffrey Sawer Lecture.

23
Feb
2022
'Incarceration Nation'
5.30PM to 8.00PM Movie screening
  • Professor Tom Calma AO
  • Magistrate Louise Taylor
  • Leah House
  • Lillian Ireland

Join us for an outdoor screening of the acclaimed documentary Incarceration Nation followed by a panel discussion.

01
Apr
2022
ICON•S AUS/NZ Constitutional Theory Group Annual Conference
10.00AM to 5.30PM Conference

The first Plenary Conference of the Constitutional Theory Group of the I·CON-S Aus/NZ branch.

18-25
Jun
2022
Professor Desmond Manderson FAAL, FASSA, FRSC
7.30PM to 9.00PM Play

Part thriller, part black comedy, this play is inspired by events leading to the capture of El Chapo, Mexico’s most notorious drug lord, in 2016. But Twenty Minutes With The Devil transcends its original context, opening instead onto a world that is everywhere and nowhere, in an idiom at once strange and familiar. It asks vital questions about law, politics, and justice in the modern world. About the lives and decisions out of our control that seem to hold us all hostage. And the patterns that entrap us in other ways parents and children, myths and beliefs, childhood memories and fantasies of escape.

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