Soon-to-be Law/Commerce graduate, Jackson Bursill, is about to embark on a three-month run from Cooktown to Melbourne to raise awareness of refugees. The project, Bounding Plains to Share, will see Jackson and co-founder Cassie Cohen run 4,000km in what will be a storytelling venture as well as a gruelling test of endurance.
The free movement of people continues to be significant to the Brexit negotiations and the topic is receiving wider coverage. It is a remarkable story of evolution and integration to which the Member States, the Court of Justice of the EU and the other EU institutions have all contributed.
A new podcast from the ANU College of Law captures conversations about law in a way that is utterly charming and reminds listeners that lawyers are people too.
Meet Naomi Flutter, the University's new Pro-Chancellor, and also ANU Law alumna - LLB (Hons) and GDLP.
In the second part of her series on the development of a Global Compact for migration, Marianne Dickie writes that while the world looks at ways to increase safety for refugees, Australia remains focused on securing its borders.