Regulatory Law and Policy
In the Media
writes in The Strategist
Artist Cheryl Hodges has had work stolen countless times online, and she is on a mission to end the theft
interviewed by ABC News
Jelena Gligorijevic quoted in The Age
Hank Nelson Prize winner attempts to unravel complicated relationship between government and judiciary in PNG
speaks with ABC Radio
Peter Burnett writes in The Conversation
Peter Burnett, Debra Wilkinson writes in The Sydney Morning Herald
Coronavirus restrictions could mean more risk-taking on our roads, but ACT police warn 'someone's luck will run out'
Kath Hall quoted in ABC News
Lee-Anne Sim writes in Medium
writes in The Interpreter
- Bruce Chapman
- Bob Gregory
The Annual Meeting of the Australian Law and Economics Association will be held on Friday 4 November 2016 at The Australian National University.
- Peter Burnett
Peter Burnett has been researching Australia’s national policies on Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD).
Want to find out more about who ANU Law Reform and Social Justice are, or what we do? Are you interested in joining a project? Do you have ideas you are burning to share with like-minded students? Come along to our Info Session in Week 3!
- Professor Joan Loughrey, University of Leeds
This paper explores the parameters of the concept of a business judgment, by examining how, if at all, the courts of England, Australia and the US (primarily Delaware) have defined directors' business judgment.
- Dr John Hewson AM
- Professor Glenn Withers AO
- Professor Meredith Edwards AM
- Ms Katharine Murphy
Australia has a strong history of good policies built on well-researched evidence, but in this ‘post truth’ world, it is clear that evidence-based policy making has fallen on hard times. Join our eminent panel as it discusses how to revive good government.
- Phil Green PSM
- Benjamin Smith
This seminar brings together speakers who will examine campaign finance regulation from two distinct perspectives.
- Dr Will Bateman
- Dr Ntina Tzouvala
Join us to help celebrate the recent works of Dr Will Bateman and Dr Ntina Tzouvala for the first CIPL Book Launch event of 2021.
Join the Law Reform and Social Justice (LRSJ) annual launch and recruitment drive to hear from our director, Associate Professor Matthew Zagor, our student leaders to learn about how to get involved.
Join some of Australia's leading experts on civil liberties, whistleblowing and national security law as they discuss the allegations made against Witness K, a former Australian spy, and his lawyer, former ACT Attorney-General Bernard Collaery.
- Kieran Pender
Join Visiting Fellow Kieran Pender as he discusses his research on implied freedom considerations in the design of truth in political advertising laws.
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.
- Ye Yint
Join Ye Yint, Labour Market Governance Programme of ILO Myanmar, as she explores Myanmar's contemporary labour affairs with a focus on the local and international Trade Unions role and efforts in the resistance and pro-democracy movement in this session of the ANU College of Law research seminar series.
- Professor Peter Drahos
Hosted by the ANU College of Law Visitors Committee, this seminar will be presented by Prof Peter Drahos (ANU RegNet / European University Institute, Florence).