Build your career at the Queensland Law Society Legal Careers Expo 2017. Meet future employers, chat to industry representatives, and find out about graduate placements and vacation clerkships. Discover how to ace your job application with tips from a panel of HR professionals and hear first-hand clerkship stories from early career lawyers. This is a not-to-be missed event for Queensland law students.
ANU Legal Workshop will have representatives present at this event to answer all your queries including information about Practical Legal Training through our Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, or our Master of Legal Practice programs.
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- Prof Stephen Bottomley
- A/Prof Amelia Simpson
The ANU College of Law hosts its annual Prizes Ceremony which acknowledges the achievements of our students and the contribution and support of our donors.
- The Honourable Justice Stephen Gageler, High Court of Australia
In partnership with the ANU College of Law, the National Judicial College of Australia will present the biennial Conference on 4 and 5 March 2017.
- Ambassador Mr William Swing
Ambassador William Swing will visit ANU to deliver a public lecture on Orderly migration in a disorderly world. Mr Swing is the Director General of the International Organization for Migration in Geneva.
- A/Prof Rob McLaughlin
- Dr Dominique Dalla-Pozza
- Prof Bruce Oswald
- Prof Dale Stephens
- A/Prof Cameron Moore
This opening seminar for 2017, hosted by the Centre for Military and Security Law, will provide a unique opportunity to hear from a panel of Australia’s foremost military and security law experts.
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The ANU Law Careers Fair 2016: A fantastic opportunity for law students to discover the range of graduate and summer clerkship employment opportunities offered in professional legal practice, government legal or policy roles, the not-for-profit legal sector and management consulting.
Careers in commercial law – whether in legal practice, business, government or academia – can be rewarding, intellectually challenging and exciting. Many ANU Law graduates go on to have highly successful commercial law careers. But how many are women?
This workshop explores how we see customary international law and its evolution in today’s uncertain times.
This is a fantastic opportunity for law students to come along and meet representatives of the ANU GDLP program, who can answer all your questions regarding your compulsory Professional Legal Training.