- Hon Justice Stephen Gageler AC
The Hon Justice Stephen Gageler AC will speak on the topic of Sir Robert Garran.
The Hon Justice Stephen John Gageler AC was appointed to the High Court in October 2012. At the time of his appointment he was Solicitor-General of...
- Professor Shirley Leitch
Join the University for the 2017 Malaysia ANU Alumni and Friends Reception hosted by Professor Shirley Leitch, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement).
- Professor Brian P. Schmidt AC
Join the University for the 2017 Singapore ANU Alumni and Friends Reception hosted by the Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian P Schmidt AC.
- International lawyer Stephane Brabant
- AFP Commander Peter Crozier
- Dr Kath Hall
Over recent years there has been a flurry of regulatory activity in relation to foreign bribery and corruption. Last year multi-national companies paid over $2.9 billion to resolve cases in the US, and Rolls Royce entered the largest deferred prosecution agreement in the UK for over $1.1 billion.
ANU School of Legal Practice lecturers will be available to answer all of your PLT questions, and to talk to you about what the ANU GDLP can offer you by way of flexibility, electives, course start dates, compulsory courses and legal placement requirements.
- Dr Ryan Goss, ANU College of Law
Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights protects the right to a fair trial in civil and criminal proceedings. The Article 6 rights are the most heavily-litigated Convention rights before the European Court of Human Rights, generating a large and complex body of case law.
- Udit Bhatia, University of Oxford
Why should we prefer democracy to an epistocracy of competent persons? In his response to this question, David Estlund appeals to the ‘demographic objection’.
- Julian Burnside
- Professor Simon Rice OAM
- Professor Stephen Bottomley
ANU/THE CANBERRA TIMES MEET THE AUTHOR
In Watching Out, a successor volume to his best-selling Watching Brief, noted barrister and human-rights advocate Julian Burnside explains the origins of our legal system, looks at the way it operates in practice, and points out ways in which does and doesn't run true to its ultimate purposes. Rich with fascinating case studies, and eloquent in its defence of civil society, Watching Out is a beacon of legal liberalism in an intemperate age.
- Dr Aleksandar Marsavelski, Visiting Fellow, ANU Centre for European Studies
The political processes of most European countries today are dominated by one or more political parties. Political parties typically control two out of three branches of government: the legislative and the executive branch, leaving only the judiciary independent from their influence.