Student experience

27
Feb
2017
ACT Supreme Court Judges
The 2016 recipient of the Supreme Court Judges' prize, Naomi Wootton, joins the distinguished company of some of the ANU College of Law’s most notable and internationally-regarded alumni.
24
Feb
2017
Danica Smith
Aspiring lawyer and ANU College of Law Juris Doctor student Danica Smith has moved from Winnipeg, Manitoba to Canberra, Australia and not just for the sunshine.
21
Feb
2017
Phillipa Weeks Scholarship morning tea
ANU College of Law has held the inaugural Phillipa Weeks Scholarship morning tea to invite scholarship recipients and the family of the much loved ANU Law professor to celebrate her passion for education and mentorship.
20
Feb
2017
Margot Kelly
Margot Kelly is a JD Online student and a Rural Reporter with ABC Tasmania.
16
Feb
2017
Officials from ACT Supreme Court, ANU College of Law and UC School of Law and Justice
The ACT Bar Association has entered into a partnership that aims to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) law students greater opportunities to work with the Courts and senior members of the ACT legal profession.
13
Feb
2017
ANU College of Law
Three members of the ANU Law Jessup team have received individual awards after a superb effort that saw the team make it to the quarter-finals in the most highly regarded competition between law schools from across Australia.
17
Jan
2017
Fiona Tito-Wheatland
Sixty-year-old Fiona Tito-Wheatland wanted to connect with other older students, so she started the Older Wise Learners Facebook group. It now has now has 525 members from universities across the world who can talk about anything from age discrimination or technology to the anxieties that come with doing a PhD.
16
Jan
2017
Andreas Sherborne
Andreas Sherborne has become the fifth ANU College of Law graduate and 12th Australian to receive the Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship.
13
Jan
2017
Linda Kirk
When Linda Kirk taught law in the 1990s, migration and refugee law courses weren’t offered as electives. But becoming a Senator in the post-9/11 era of 2002 until 2008 set her on a path that will take her to the Refugee Law Initiative in London later this year.
04
Jan
2017
Yangon Downtown
Thirteen ANU College of Law students will have the chance to experience the teaching and operation of the law in a developing country, as they set off for the College’s inaugural Myanmar Clinical Program this week.

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