Legal education

The Constitutional - Asmi Wood Episode 1

Associate Professor Asmi Wood is the kind of lecturer who receives thank you cards from his students at the end of the semester. His research areas include constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians, and Indigenous participation in higher education. In 'The Constitutional', inspiring ANU Law academics take retired Canberra radio host Alex Sloan for a walk around the grounds of the Australian National University, while they talk about justice, equality, discrimination, education, aspirations and anything else that matters.

The Constitutional - Introduction

If you’ve never visited the ANU campus you should add it to your list of places to wander. It’s a sprawling campus in the heart of Canberra, with the city on one edge, Lake Burley Griffin on another, and the native bushlands of Black Mountain to the west.

The ANU Law Unrequired Reading List: the perfect complement to your law degree

Phillipa Weeks Lecture in Labour Law - Labour law’s equivocal approach to age equality

There has been in place mechanisms for pursuing the principle of non-discrimination at work on the basis of age for some time within the Australian legislative framework. However the successful assertion of such rights has been uncommon, and it has not necessarily facilitated a significant realignment on attitudes to age generally. In fact, no age discrimination complaint made pursuant to the Age Discrimination Act 2004 (Cth) has been successfully litigated since the legislation was first introduced.

Phillipa Weeks Lecture in Labour Law - Young people and the future of work

Young people and the future of work: The regulatory challenges of unpaid work at the intersection of education and work

New ways forward

Reform and renewal in constitutional interpretation and legal education

A conference in honour of Professor Michael Coper

Michael Coper has had a distinguished career as a constitutional lawyer and educationalist, from influencing a dramatic change in the law on section 92 of the Constitution, to conceiving the pioneering Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia, to urging law schools, nationally and internationally, to embrace a pervasive ethos of law reform, social justice and public service. 


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