- Jennifer Robinson
LRSJ will be holding a light lunch for students to meet and chat with WikiLeaks lawyer and ANU alumna, Jennifer Robinson (BAsSt/LLB (Hons) '06).
If you are an experienced professional, a current undergraduate student, or have just finished your degree and are considering further study, you're invited to join us at the Postgraduate Study & Networking Forum on Monday 20 May from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at the Cultural Centre, Kambri Precinct, on campus at ANU.
- Justice Stephen Gageler AC, High Court of Australia
This conference brings together members of the judiciary, academics, policy makers and experts in fields such as psychology, to consider current issues and challenges in the Australian justice system.
The ANU contemporary critical theory group is hosting a one-day seminar exploring law, art, politics, and society in the 21st century.
The ANU Law School has a long tradition of excellence in administrative law scholarship and of engagement with government and the private profession in public law.
Join us for a live webinar to find out more about studying postgraduate law at one of the world’s top 12 Law Schools*.
- Professor Neil Boister, University of Canterbury
- Professor Robert Cribb, Australian National University
- Dr Kirsten Sellars, author
At the post-war Tokyo Tribunal, the Allied powers charged Japanese leaders with waging aggressive war, and committing war crimes against prisoners-ofwar and civilians.
- Justice Melissa Perry, Federal Court of Australia
Water is key to the existence of life. From the nourishment of our physical selves, to sanitation, health, agriculture, and energy production our existence and way of life depends upon access to adequate and reliable supplies of fresh-water.
- A/Prof Jolyon Ford
A/Prof Jo Ford will be holding an exchange briefing for prospective student applicants in the Law school foyer.
The possible interactions between treaty and custom are generally considered by reference to the well-established framework set out by the International Court of Justice in the North Sea Continental Shelf Cases of 1969; namely, the declaratory, crystallising and generating effects of a treaty (as for a resolution) on a customary rule.