This virtual webinar series is hosted by the Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL) at the ANU College of Law.
- Professor Peter Drahos
Hosted by the ANU College of Law Visitors Committee, this seminar will be presented by Prof Peter Drahos (ANU RegNet / European University Institute, Florence).
Worried about preparing for examinations? Unfamiliar with an Australian reference that your professor used? Wonder what is next after getting your law degree from ANU? Join us as we answer these questions and more in our new virtual event series.
Join The Hon Justice Monika Schmidt AM (Supreme Court of New South Wales), Jonathan Harley (Canva), Dr Mark Staples (CSIRO’s Data61) and Dr Pip Ryan (ANU College of Law) in this panel discussion on the nature of truth and the role it plays in different contexts.
- Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins
Interested in working in the area of Indigenous justice or the justice system more widely? Join us for an in conversation with Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins. We will discuss Anthony’s new book, 'Belonging: A Novel', and how to effectively work in the sector with integrity.
What can you do with your ANU College of Law degree? Hear from our panel of international alumni on their various journeys since graduation.
In this call for papers, we are seeking paper proposals on any topic within the work of the IELIG. All speakers are invited to publish their paper in the Australian Year Book of International Law or the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law.
- Dr Michael Foran, University of Strathclyde, UK
Join Dr Michael Foran as he talks about the principle of legality, and its capacity to constitute what we might call ‘public reason’ in this ANU Law and Philosophy Forum session.
- Khomotso Moshikaro,Trinity College, the University of Cambridge and the University of Cape Town
Khomotso Moshikaro will talk to the ANU Law and Philosophy Forum about the ethics of fair labelling in criminal law, and how this relates to our understanding of criminal wrongdoing.
NOTICE: This event has been postponed to 2021.
To mark the 60th anniversary of ANU Law and the 30th anniversary of the Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL), a major public law conference will be held at the Australian National University in Canberra, on 7-8 December 2021. The conference theme is ‘Public Law and Inequality’.