Law, Governance and Development

PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Migration and Movement of Peoples
Honorary Associate Professor
Research interests:
Environmental Law
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Administrative Law, Law and Social Justice, Law, Governance and Development, Regulatory Law and Policy
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Migration and Movement of Peoples
Emeritus Professor
Research interests:
Administrative Law
Honorary Associate Professor
Research interests:
Criminal Law, Migration and Movement of Peoples
Professor
Research interests:
Criminal Law, Migration and Movement of Peoples, Law and technology
Visiting Fellow
Honorary Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Migration and Movement of Peoples, Indigenous Peoples and the Law, Law and Social Justice, Legal education
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Regulatory Law and Policy
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Environmental Law, Migration and Movement of Peoples
Professor
Research interests:
Environmental Law, Indigenous Peoples and the Law
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Migration and Movement of Peoples
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Migration and Movement of Peoples, Law and Gender, Human Rights Law and Policy, Indigenous Peoples and the Law, Law and Social Justice, Legal History and Ethnology
Honorary Professor
Research interests:
Criminal Law, Migration and Movement of Peoples
Honorary Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Environmental Law, Migration and Movement of Peoples, Regulatory Law and Policy
Casual Sessional Academic
Research interests:
Migration and Movement of Peoples, Indigenous Peoples and the Law, Legal education, Law and Social Justice, Legal History and Ethnology
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Law and Gender
PhD Candidate
Honorary Lecturer
Research interests:
Migration and Movement of Peoples
Honorary Lecturer
Research interests:
Regulatory Law and Policy, Legal education

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Upcoming events

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Past events

24
Feb
2017

Oral presentation - Ecologically sustainable development: Success in principle, failure in policy

Peter Burnett
1.00PM to 2.30PM
  • Peter Burnett

Peter Burnett has been researching Australia’s national policies on Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD). 

25
Sep
2019

Misleading Silence as the Basis for Insider Trading Liability

Misleading Silence as the Basis for Insider Trading Liability
1.00PM to 2.00PM
  • Donna M. Nagy

Misleading Silence as the Basis for Insider Trading Liability under the U.S. Federal Securities Laws

24
Aug
2020

Surveillance and Humanities Virtual Conference Series

Surveillance and Humanities Virtual Conference Series
5.00PM to 6.15PM

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. 

02
Sep
2020

The Commonwealth’s power to use the ADF to provide civil aid during disasters and pandemics

anne_twomey_visitors_seminar_series
1.00PM to 2.00PM
  • 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.

26
Aug
2020

Agreed formal requirements for the variation of contracts

Agreed Formal Requirements for the Variation of Contracts
1.00PM to 2.00PM

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.

14
Dec
2020

The Government's COVID-19 Response: Legal advising in the middle of a pandemic

Stephen Bouwhis_cipl guest speaker
5.30PM to 6.30PM
  • 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.

17
Feb
2021

ANU Media Law seminar series: Reporting on Parliament

ANU Media Law seminar series: Reporting on Parliament
7.30PM to 8.30PM
  • 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.

16
Mar
2021

ANU Media Law seminar series: Perspectives from the Bench

ANU Media Law seminar series: Perspectives from the Bench
2.00PM to 3.00PM
  • 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’.

06
Jul
2021

ANU Defamation Law Conference: The Changing Landscape of Defamation Law

ANU Defamation Conference 2021
9.00AM to 2.30PM

Join us in the inaugural ANU Defamation Law Conference, focusing on the changing landscape of defamation law.

07
Apr
2021

ANU Media Law seminar series: Statues, Free Speech and Prosecution

ANU Media Law seminar series: Statues, Free Speech and Prosecution
6.00PM to 7.00PM
  • 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’.

24
May
2021

ANU Law and Philosophy Forum: Religious freedom – liberalism and republicanism

ANU Law & Philosophy Forum: Religious Freedom - Liberalism and Republicanism
1.00PM to 2.00PM
  • 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.

11
May
2021

ANU Media Law seminar series: Privacy and police investigations

ANU Media Law seminar series: Privacy and Police Investigations
1.00PM to 2.00PM

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’.

27
Apr
2021

Developments in cyber and international law at the UN

Developments in cyber and international law at the UN
12.30PM to 1.30PM

Lunchtime seminar jointly hosted under the CIPL Monthly Talk series.

23
Jun
2021

The Antarctic Treaty at 60: Reflections, Current Realities and Future Challenges

The First ATCM
9.00AM to 12.30PM

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.

21
Sep
2021

ANU Media Law seminar series: Topical Issues in Media Law

Topical Issues in Media Law
1.00PM to 2.00PM

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’.

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