Research stories

13
Sep
2022
Heather R
Associate Professor Heather Roberts has co-authored the 5th edition of Property Law in New South Wales (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2022).
22
Aug
2022
Emerita Professor Margaret Thornton FAAL FASSA and the cover of her newly edited book, 'Gender and Careers in the Legal Academy'
Emerita Professor Margaret Thornton FASSA, FAAL has co-edited a new book that explores the careers of women academic pioneers and theoretical matters relating to culture and gender.
02
Aug
2022
Don Rothwell
Professor Donald Rothwell FAAL has published a new book that explores one of the more contentious issues in public international law.
25
Jul
2022
PhD candidate Sarouche Razi
Lawyer, storyteller and PhD candidate Sarouche Razi is exploring how art practices can be used to advance coronial justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
14
Jun
2022
Reclaiming a place for the law in the AI age
A new co-edited book with contributions from several ANU Law scholars examines the relationship between law and artificial intelligence (AI), and explores the need for law-based regulation of AI.
03
May
2022
Associate Professor Moeen Cheema
Associate Professor Moeen Cheema's new book has been praised as a 'must-read' for anyone interested in constitutionalism in South Asia.
24
Mar
2022
Andrew Macintosh
Australia’s Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) has serious governance flaws and is potentially wasting billions of dollars in taxpayers' money, ANU environmental law scholars warn.
24
Jan
2022
Sexual harassment
A study led by eminent socio-legal and feminist scholar Emerita Professor Margaret Thornton FAAL FASSA will examine the impact of costs and damages in sexual harassment cases across Australia.
08
Jan
2022
Professor Greg Weeks
For nearly 30 years, 'Judicial Review of Administrative Action and Government Liability' has been an institution in Australian legal circles.
07
Jan
2022
Prof Jeremy Farrall, Prof Jolyon Ford SFEA and A/Prof Imogen Saunders
An ANU College of Law research project that aims to reconceive states' engagement with the international legal order in the face of populism has secured nearly $620,000 in ARC funding.

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