We spoke to newly minted ANU Law graduates and asked them five more questions.
We spoke to some newly minted ANU Law graduates and asked them to answer just a few more questions before graduation.
ANU College of Law alumnus Phim Dowell (BA, LLB (Hons) ’15) has been awarded the Animals and the Law Prize for the 2015 academic year, a biennial award for the student enrolled in the Animals and the Law elective who achieves the highest marks in the course.
In August this year the NSW parliament passed legislation banning greyhound racing, however state Cabinet reversed the ban less than seven weeks later. As other states and territories consider bans, the issue continues to divide the community.
It is perhaps not surprising that a past owner of three whippets – or mini greyhounds – ANU College of Law PhD candidate Alexandra McEwan has had an abiding interest in the plight of racing greyhounds for almost a decade.