ANU Law Associate Professor Mark Nolan, Professor Jane Goodman-Delahunty from Charles Sturt University and Dr Evianne Van Gijn-Grosvenor, a PhD graduate from the University of Cambridge have co-chaired a public roundtable discussion on Memory of Childhood Sexual Abuse and the Law for the Royal Commission.
Caroline Compton (JD (Hons) '13, GDLP '16) studies aftermath of natural disasters. The completely predictable disasters that occur when the world’s attention has moved on and the real clean up begins.
How might the Trump era affect trends in responsible business (and its regulation)? Associate Professor Jolyon Ford' returns to his blog Private Sector - Public World for the first post of 2017.
Heather Cork was awarded a Summer Research Scholarship exploring whistle-blowing in the private sector before beginning her Honours semester at the ANU College of Law.
ANU College of Law lecturer Moeen Cheema has been granted an Australia Awards Fellowship to assist with reform of the criminal justice system in Pakistan. The Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced the awards earlier this week.
ANU Law student Rebecca Lucas heads to Washington this November to work on fraud and corruption investigations as the 2016 World Bank - ANU College of Law Fellow.
The International Law expertise of ANU College of Law academics was a significant draw card for postgraduate legal student, Darcy Jackman.
There are few opportunities that can provide a law student the kind of experience offered by the World Bank in addressing fraud and corruption in developing countries.
ANU Law PhD student, Bal Kama, has been announced Commonwealth Pacific Young Person of the Year 2016 for his work improving the lives of young people in PNG communities.
ANU College of Law PhD student, Bal Kama has received Commonwealth recognition for his work improving the lives of young people in PNG communities.