Research highlights

10
Oct
2019
Associate Professor Greg Weeks
A new book co-authored by ANU Law Associate Professor Greg Weeks aims to help practitioners work across traditional legal “silos” in public and private law.
02
Sep
2019
ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons) student Adam Silverwood
When Adam Silverwood was told by his professor his research paper was of "publishable quality", he decided to pitch it to a leading international journal on trust law and practice - with favourable results.
28
Aug
2019
Associate Professor Liz Curran and Pamela Taylor-Barnett
Following its successful trial in NSW-Victoria border communities, the "Invisible Hurdles Project" has been re-commissioned paving the way for future research into effective service delivery.
24
Aug
2019
ANU JOLT
A Q&A with co-founders of the newly launched student-run ANU Journal of Law and Technology.
22
Aug
2019
Law of the Sea in South East Asia: Environmental, Navigational and Security Challenges
A new book co-edited by Associate Professor David Letts AM CSM and Professor Donald Rothwell FAAL presents a holistic picture of maritime issues affecting South East Asia.
19
Aug
2019
PhD candidate wins prize for research on international law and human rights of sexuality and gender
ANU Law PhD candidate Valeria Coscini discusses winning an award for her paper exploring international law and human rights of sexuality and gender.
12
Aug
2019
ACT citizens' assembly
ANU College of Law Associate Professor Ron Levy and other proponents of citizens’ assembly make their proposal on behalf of the ACT.
30
Jul
2019
2019 Zines Prize
Professor Susan H Williams of the Maurer Law School at Indiana University Bloomington has won the 2019 Zines Prize for Excellence in Legal Research.
27
Jul
2019
Veronica Fynn Bruey
Born during civil war in Liberia, Veronica Fynn Bruey witnessed the toll of systemic violence and its interface with the law.
09
Jul
2019
ANU Bachelor of Arts/Laws (Hons) student Elizabeth Harris and Professor Kim Rubenstein FAAL, FASSA.
A successful appeal on a statelessness case run by ANU College of Law Professor Kim Rubenstein FAAL, FASSA and supported by 36 students has been documented in a new research journal.

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