International Law

Honorary Professor
Research interests:
General Human Rights Law and Policy, Anti-Discrimination Law and Policy
Lecturer
Research interests:
General Human Rights Law and Policy, International Human Rights, International Law, International and European Human Rights
Honorary Professor
Research interests:
International Law, Constitutional Law
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
International Humanitarian Law
Emeritus Professor
Research interests:
Law of Obligations, Private International Law, Torts, Contracts, Commercial Law
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Maritime Crime, Maritime Security Law, Use of force, Genocide, International Humanitarian Law, Law of Naval Warfare
Professor
Research interests:
Medical Law, Medical Negligence, medical and Legal Humanities, Investment Arbitration and Public Health, Public Health Law, Bioethics, Free trade agreement, Renewable Energy Technology
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Regulation of Corporate Responsibility, Business and Human Rights, Torts, Counter-Terrorism Law, Rule of Law Reform
Lecturer
Research interests:
Ageing, End-of-Life Law, Succession law, Torts, Property Law, Human rights
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
International Security Law
PhD Candidate
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Critical legal theory, Law and Humanities, International and European Human Rights, Feminist Legal Theory, Law and Cultural Difference
Distinguished Professor
Research interests:
Law of Obligations, Private International Law
Associate Professor
Research interests:
International Law, International Law and Development, International Security Law
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
International Environmental Law, Law of the Sea, Antarctic, Deep Seabed Mining
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Asia-Pacific Security, Pacific Law, Law and Politics, Public law, Constitutional Courts, Judiciary, Transformative Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, Constitutional Reform, Law and Governance
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Citizenship
Honorary Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Forced Migration and Movement of Peoples, Migration Law, Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Refugee Law
Associate Professor
Research interests:
General Human Rights Law and Policy, Anti-Discrimination Law and Policy, Property Law, Sexuality, International trade, Critical legal theory
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Critical legal theory, Refugee Law, Public International Law, Law and Cultural Difference
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
General Human Rights Law and Policy, International and European Human Rights, Refugee Law, Forced Migration and Movement of Peoples, Evidence and Procedure
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Law of the Sea
Manager - LRSJ
Research interests:
Law and Humanities, Refugee Law, Law and literature, Critical legal theory, Immigration
Professor of Law
Research interests:
International Law, International Environmental Law, International Humanitarian Law, International Security Law, Law of the Sea, International Law and Development, Asia-Pacific Security
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
International Law
Lecturer
Research interests:
Public International Law, Investment Arbitration, international dispute settlement
Grand Challenge Fellow
Research interests:
Renewable Energy Law and Policy, Cross-border Energy Trade, International Trade and Investment Law
Professor
Research interests:
Constitutional Rights, Federalism, Separation of Powers, The Judicial System, Private International Law, Administrative law, Constitutional Law
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Contracts, Intellectual Property Law, Freedom of speech
Honorary Professor
Research interests:
Private International Law, International Law, International and European Human Rights, International Environmental Law, Law of the Sea, Environmental Law
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Separation of Powers, Refugees, Constitutional Law, Chapter III of the Constitution, Human rights, Human Rights and the Law, Federal judicial system, Judiciary, Rule of Law
Visiting Fellow
Campus Visitor
Research interests:
Terrorism and Counterterrorism, Protective security, Intelligence, National security, Defence, International Security Law
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Refugee Law, Immigration, Human rights, Constitutional Law, Public law, international legal theory, recognition theory, narrative legal identities

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Oct
2018
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Shaping regulation via ANU InSpace
22
Oct
2018
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LLB Student from Singapore talks about her experience as an ANU student
27
Sep
2018
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Dr James Prest, Professor Thomas Faunce, Grace Soutter and Jinnie Widnyana
27
Sep
2018
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Heading to the Peace Palace at The Hague
27
Sep
2018
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Supporting the rights and dignity of victims

In the Media

11
Sep
2018

Crucial meeting of IWC in Brazil

Donald Rothwell interviewed by 3RRR

08
Sep
2018

Australia criticised as Japan attempts to resume commercial whaling

Donald Rothwell quoted in The Guardian

05
Sep
2018

Japan's trying to amend the International Whaling Commission

Donald Rothwell interviewed by ABC Radio National Breakfast

Research theme:
13
Aug
2018

NEG will fail to lift investor confidence

James Prest quoted in Sydney Morning Herald

31
Jul
2018

Policy Forum Pod Extra - Pakistan election

Moeen Cheema interviewed by APPS Policy Forum

29
Jul
2018

From cricketer to head of state

Moeen Cheema interviewed by ABC Radio National

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27
Jul
2018

31 dead in Pakistan bomb attack

Kevin Boreham interviewed by The Daily: 2SER

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Upcoming events

01
Nov
2018

Twenty-first Geoffrey Sawer Lecture - Eyes on the spies: Why and how?

Margaret Stone
6.00PM to 7.00PM
  • The Hon Margaret Stone FAAL, Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security

Over the centuries, governments, whether royal sovereigns or sovereign states, have relied on spies to reinforce their power and security. 

25
Oct
2018

Understanding the role of the judiciary in a transformative Constitution: The case of Papua New Guinea

Bal Kama standing in front of a wattle tree
1.00PM to 3.00PM
  • Mr Bal Kama, ANU College of Law

The Constitution of Papua New Guinea (PNG) affords the judiciary an unusually liberal and broad set of powers compared to all other constitutions in the Pacific region, including Australia and New Zealand.

Past events

No past events found.

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