Law, Governance and Development
In the Media
Donald Rothwell quoted in The Washington Post
Ron Levy quoted in The Age
Donald Rothwell writes in The Conversation
Michael Eburn interviewed by Policy Forum Pod
Jonathan Liljeblad interviewed by The Scholars Circle
Hank Nelson Prize winner attempts to unravel complicated relationship between government and judiciary in PNG
speaks with ABC Radio
Do WA's emergency health powers allow forcible testing, vaccination and removal of underwear of children? Here are the facts
Michael Eburn quoted in ABC News
Peter Burnett writes in The Conversation
Peter Burnett, Debra Wilkinson writes in The Sydney Morning Herald
- Peter Burnett
Peter Burnett has been researching Australia’s national policies on Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD).
- Donna M. Nagy
Misleading Silence as the Basis for Insider Trading Liability under the U.S. Federal Securities Laws
This webinar series seeks to address the new meaning, scope and representation of surveillance in the time of COVID-19 and initiate a conversation between arts, humanities and the various fields which surveillance is used.
- Professor Anne Twomey
During the January bushfires, the Prime Minister observed that using the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to provide aid was ‘testing the limits of constitutionally defined roles and responsibilities’. The ‘Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements’ was established to inquire into these limits.
Join Dr John Eldridge as he talks about the clauses which regulate the form of contracts by way of ‘variation’ state agreed rules, rather than mandatory rules, and that matters such as the scope and operation of such clauses are issues of intention which must be resolved by construction.
- Stephen Bouwhuis
Join Stephen Bouwhuis for an informal Q&A on his experience as one of the lead public servants working on the Government’s response to COVID-19.
- Dr Jack Simson Caird
The first seminar in the ANU Media Law seminar series will be delivered by Dr Jack Simson Caird, Legal Counsel at the House of Commons, on the topic of ‘Reporting on Parliament’.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
- The Hon. Justice Peter Applegarth AM, Justice of the Supreme Court of Queensland
The second seminar in the ANU Media Law seminar series will be delivered by The Hon. Justice Peter Applegarth AM, Justice of the Supreme Court of Queensland, on ‘Perspectives from the Bench’.
Join us in the inaugural ANU Defamation Law Conference, focusing on the changing landscape of defamation law.
- Ivan Hare QC
The third seminar in the ANU Media Law seminar series will be delivered by Ivan Hare QC, of Blackstone Chambers, on the topic of ‘Statues, statutes and free speech: the Colston prosecutions’.
- Dr John Tate
Join Dr John Tate (University of Newcastle) as he shares his work on the politics and law of religious freedom in France and America.
The fourth seminar in the ANU Media Law seminar series will be delivered by Professor Nicole Moreham, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, on the topic of ‘Privacy and Police Investigations’.
Lunchtime seminar jointly hosted under the CIPL Monthly Talk series.
This symposium aims to review the 60-year history of the Antarctic Treaty and reflect upon the strengths and weaknesses of the associated Antarctic Treaty System. Australia’s role will be particularly considered and the future of the Treaty will be assessed.
The next seminar in the ANU Media Law seminar series will be delivered by Sharon Rodrick, Lesley Power, and Brendan Clift, co-authors of the leading text, Australian Media Law (6th ed, 2021). They will speak on ‘Topical Issues in Media Law’.