- Amelia Thorpe, PhD student
Through a detailed examination of PARK(ing) Day, a loosely-organised international event to reclaim street space from cars, this paper highlights the degree to which law depends on its social, material and temporal context.
- Professor Marcia Zug
This research seminar will examine whether a national law, similar to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), could be enacted in Australia. The ICWA was passed in response to the long history of government removals of Indian children from their families and tribes
- Associate Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer, Griffith Law School
This paper analyses the layers of legal protection in post-conflict Afghanistan for sexual assault by Afghan armed forces, with a focus on US, Canada, The Netherlands and Australian forces as part of ISAF.
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The annual Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Forum for the ANU College of Law will be held on Friday, 4 May 2018. This event is your annual opportunity to connect, network and build relationships with ANU College of Law academics and Higher Degree by Research students.
National Law Week is an annual event held in May across Australia. Law Week’s goal is to promote public understanding of the law and its role in society. The theme of Law Week for 2018 is Law and Justice in Your Community.
- Associate Professor Jeremy Farrall, ANU College of Law
- Associate Professor Sarah Heathcote, ANU College of Law
- Associate Professor David Letts, ANU College of Law
We are living through a period of pronounced global tension, prompting significant shifts in the foreign and domestic policies of major powers.
- The Honourable John Pascoe AC CVO
The President and Council of the ACT Law Society request the pleasure of your company at the 33rd Annual Blackburn Lecture, delivered by The Honourable John Pascoe AC CVO, Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia.
- Ms Pauline Bomball, ANU College of Law
- Mr Cameron Roles, ANU College of Law
- Professor Peta Spender, Deputy Dean, ANU College of Law
- Professor Sally Wheeler, Dean, ANU College of Law
This panel will examine the disruptions caused by the market and technology and consider regulatory responses.
- Professor Deborah Widiss
Legislative supremacy depends on the assumption that if the legislative branch disagrees with a judicial interpretation of a law, it may “override” that interpretation by passing a new statute or amending an existing statute. This seminar will present my research looking at the efficacy of overrides in the United States, and it will explore possibilities for similar tensions to arise under the Australian system.
- Dr Dominique Dalla-Pozza, ANU College of Law
- Ms Kate Ogg, ANU College of Law
- Professor Kim Rubenstein, ANU College of Law
- Professor James Stellios, ANU College of Law
The global mobility of people, the security of the nation and questions of citizenship are issues at the forefront of public policy and debate in Australia and globally.