This virtual webinar series is hosted by the Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL) at the ANU College of Law.
The International Students Orientation Program is designed to introduce new international and exchange students to Australian political and cultural institutions which are relevant to the study of Australian law.
- Tim Begbie QC
Join Mr Tim Begbie QC as he examines the tension between two important public interests – the public interest in courts and parties having access to secret government information, and the public interest in keeping that information secret.
- Anne Orford
- Hugh Watson
- Chiara Angeloni
- Marie-Charlotte McKenna
Join Professor Anne Orford, Visiting Legal Fellow for DFAT 2022-2023, on this talk on climate and international law.
- Associate Professor Joanna Mossop
- Dr Phil Symonds
- Mr Mark Alcock
- Ms Alice Revell
The fourth webinar of the series Looking Back to the Future in the Law of the Sea: UNCLOS III and the LOSC at 40, presented by the Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL, ANU) and the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL).
- Joshua Jowitt
The ANU Law & Philosophy Forum is delighted to announce its fourth meeting in 2022: Dr Joshua Jowitt will present his work-in-progress on “Moral Personhood as Legal Personhood”.
- Professor Melissa Crouch
Hosted by the ANU College of Law Visitors Committee, this seminar will be presented by Professor Melissa Crouch (UNSW).
Join the Law Reform and Social Justice for the film screening of the 'Where the Water Starts' documentary.
- Assistant Professor Alan Koh
- Professor Pamela Hanrahan
- Professor Martin Gelter
The Private Law Research Group at the ANU College of Law is hosting a discussion of the book 'Shareholder Protection in Close Corporations' (CUP, 2022) by Alan Koh.
- Debolina Dutta
- Christopher Gevers
- Luis Gómez Romero
- Honni van Rijswijk
You are invited to join us for a discussion with four leading thinkers on colonial legal imaginaries and southern literary futures, whose work encompasses the histories and traditions of four continents.