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The ABC announced a major re-branding strategy for its capital city radio stations earlier this month. Radio Adelaide objected. Brett Walker from ANU College of Law explains some legal complexities behind the case.
Dr Ron Levy from the ANU College of Law has co-authored a book with University of Queensland’s Graeme Orr on The Law of Deliberative Democracy. Justice Peter Applegarth of the Supreme Court of Queensland recently launched the book.
In Canberra for a very cold pit stop between Cambridge England and his new temporary base in Cambridge New England, ANU College of Law lecturer Joshua Neoh has love on his mind – but not the conventional kind.