Law and Gender
In the Media
Sarah Steele quoted in Varsity
Kieran Pender quoted in The Canberra Times
Kim Rubenstein writes in The Canberra Times
Kieran Pender writes in Australian Book Review
Kim Rubenstein quoted in The Guardian
Kim Rubenstein quoted in The Saturday Paper
Kim Rubenstein writes in The Australian
Alice Taylor writes in Oxford Human Rights Hub
Margaret Thornton interviewed by Policy Forum Pod
- Professor Alex Sharpe
In recent years, the UK has witnessed a series of sexual offence prosecutions brought against young LGBT people (all of whom were designated female at birth) on the basis of so-called ‘gender fraud’.
- Dr Marilyn Bromberg-Krawitz, The University of Notre Dame Australia
Images of extraordinarily thin women are everywhere. When women see these images, their self-esteem may consequently lower, and potentially develop into an eating disorder. Governments internationally have taken action as a result.
- Michelle Jarvis, Principal Legal Counsel and Deputy Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY)
DFAT is delighted to host Michelle Jarvis, Principal Legal Counsel and Deputy Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), for a roundtable discussion on the prosecution of conflict-related sexual violence at the ICTY.
- Marcelle Burns, University of New England
- Jennifer Nielsen, Southern Cross University
In this paper, we share our reflections on our success in using theory as a practice to challenge the wicked problem of racism in the law classroom.
Careers in commercial law – whether in legal practice, business, government or academia – can be rewarding, intellectually challenging and exciting. Many ANU Law graduates go on to have highly successful commercial law careers. But how many are women?
ABC Radio National broadcast of Big Ideas program on Utopian Thinking - recorded on 28 March at a joint event presented by the National Library of Australia and ANU Law's Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities.
The ANU College of Law is committed to health and wellbeing in the law, for all our students and academic and professional staff. This is the inaugural Wellbeing in the Law Week, presented by the ANU College of Law Wellbeing Initiative and the ANU Law Students' Society.
Jamila Rizvi in conversation with Daryl Karp on Jamila's new book 'Not just lucky. Why women do the work but don't take the credit'
- Jamila Rizvi
Jamila Rizvi will be in conversation with Daryl Karp on Jamila's new book Not Just Lucky. Why Women Do The Work But Don't Take The Credit, which exposes the secret shame of Australian workplaces: that offices, factories, shops and worksites remain gendered, unfair and unequal. Jamila's book explores the confidence deficit holding women back, the barriers to career success this can create, and how they might be overcome. Accessible and timely, this is essential reading for Australian women.
The future of feminist international legal scholarship in a neoliberal university: Doing law differently?
- Ntina Tzouvala,Laureate Post-Doctoral Fellow, Melbourne Law School
Institutional and material conditions matter for the production of feminist international legal scholarship as well as for the future of women’s engagement with international law.
- Dr Golnar Nabizadeh, University of Dundee
This seminar examines the intersections between the law, trauma, and testimony, arguing that the law has increasingly come to recognise the breadth of experience, and range of narrative iterations, that may constitute trauma.
- Professor Pauline Ridge, ANU College of Law
‘For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil.’ 1 Timothy 6:10 (NIV Bible) The association of religion with wealth-generation can provoke strong feelings. Yet, as with other not for profit entities, it is legitimate and necessary for religious groups to fund their religious activities.
The book will be formally launched at the 27th ANZSIL Conference by Professor Dianne Otto from the University of Melbourne. The book’s editors, Associate Professor Susan Harris Rimmer (Griffith University) and Kate Ogg (Australian National University) will discuss the contributions the publication makes to international law scholarship.
- Ron McCallum AO - The University of Sydney
- Professor Kim Rubenstein FAAL, FASSA - Australian National University
Ron McCallum AO will be in conversation with Professor Kim Rubenstein on Ron's memoir, Born at the Right Time.
- Associate Professor Rebecca Monson
Join Associate Professor Rebecca Monson in her research seminar as she discusses women's rights to land in the Pacific islands.
Written by Professor Carolyn Strange, The Death Penalty and Sex Murder in Canadian History provides an incisive analysis of responses to sex murders and the shifting politics of the death penalty.
To celebrate International Women's Day, we invite three ANU Law alumnae to discuss ways that #WomenLead in Law.
Come and have a chat with your peers, lecturers and recent graduates about what inspires them, their experiences of law school and beyond, and the opportunities for women in law in 2021 and beyond.
Advancing indigeneity, gender, and sustainability: Indigenous women’s rights activism in Inle Lake, Myanmar
- Dr Jonathan Liljeblad
Join Dr Jonathan Liljeblad as he explores the case of Indigenous women's activism in Inle Lake in Myanmar, exploring the intersectional nature of its work across issue spaces of indigenous identity, gender, environment, and development.