- Terence Halliday, RegNet
- Sally Wheeler OBE, Dean, ANU College of Law
- Susan K Sell, RegNet
Global lawmaking by international organizations holds the potential for enormous influence over world trade and national economies. Its impact reaches to state lawmaking and commercial behavior, whether of giant multi-national corporations or micro, small and medium-sized businesses. Who makes that law and who benefits affects all states and all market players.
- Judith Levine, Senior Legal Counsel Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague
- Chaired by: Jesse Clarke, Assistant Secretary Office of International Law Attorney-General’s Department
The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) is an intergovernmental organization established by treaty in 1899 to facilitate the resolution of disputes between states without recourse to war.
- Professor Sally Wheeler OBE
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 Geoffrey Nettle, High Court of Australia
The National Judicial College of Australia and the Australian National University College of Law will present their annual conference on the biennial topic of Sentencing on 3 & 4 March, 2018 at the Australian National University campus in Canberra.
Antigone Law and Theatre Group is delighted to invite you to our performance of Trumpsformation. Our group is comprised of ANU students who came together to critically engage with law and humanities in a performative capacity and connect with other performing artists in Canberra.
- Professor Nobufumi Nishimura, Chuo University
The more trade or commerce is increasingly global and competitive in world-wide, the more the application of the national law is problematic.
The possible interactions between treaty and custom are generally considered by reference to the well-established framework set out by the International Court of Justice in the North Sea Continental Shelf Cases of 1969; namely, the declaratory, crystallising and generating effects of a treaty (as for a resolution) on a customary rule.
- Dr Raul Sanchez-Urribarri, Latrobe University
What are judicial loyalties, and how do they condition the exercise of judicial power? This paper explores the informal dimension of judicial politics and its implications for our understanding of judicial power in weakly institutionalized democracies.
- Professor Sally Engle Merry, New York University
How does infrastructure shape global governance? I am addressing this large question through a focus on the infrastructure of measurement at the global level. This work is part of a project in collaboration with Benedict Kingsbury, Paul Mertenskoetter, Thomas Streinz and Nahuel Maisley in which we hope to establish a network of scholars working on the role of infrastructure in global governance.
- Professor James Stellios, ANU College of Law
- Commentator: Professor William Gummow AC
At its inception, the role of the Federal Court in the development of constitutional law was not entirely clear, nor was its relationship to other courts such as the High Court and the State Supreme Courts.