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02
May
2019
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (left) and Professor Donald Rothwell.
ANU international law expert Professor Donald Rothwell explains why it's unlikely future extradition requests for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be resolved soon.
26
Apr
2019
Emma Jagot, 2018 winner of the Baker McKenzie Prize for Intellectual Property.
ANU Bachelor of Arts/Laws (Hons) student Emma Jagot explains what World Intellectual Property Day means to her.
26
Apr
2019
ANU Bachelor of Laws student Romola Davenport rowing for Australia at the 2017 Trans-Tasman Regatta in New Zealand.
ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons) student and competitive rower Romola Davenport reflects on the importance of intellectual property in the sporting world.
23
Apr
2019
The Tang Siblings and Professor Spender at graduation day
Siblings reflect on their own ‘family law act’ at ANU. 
18
Apr
2019
Thomas Carr sitting at his work desk
2018 ANU Prize recipient Thomas Carr talks about winning
17
Apr
2019
Students from the 2019 ANU Alabama Summer Program.
Students reflect on their five-week study tour at the University of Alabama.
17
Apr
2019
Emma Berry
Emma Berry 2018 ANU Indigenous Student Practical Legal Training Scholarship talks about the dilemma of pursuing law or other career pathways.
16
Apr
2019
Emeritus Professor Michael Coper AO FAAL
Emeritus Professor Michael Coper AO, FAAL, an eminent scholar of constitutional law and the ANU College of Law’s longest-serving Dean, passed away on 13 April 2019 in Canberra.
15
Apr
2019
Georgie Juszczyk smiling in the Phillipa Weeks Law Library
2018 ANU Prize recipient Georgie Juszczyk talks about winning the Dean’s Certificate for International Trade Law and the Phillipa Weeks Scholarship
15
Apr
2019
Emma Roff
2018 ANU Prize recipient Emma Roff talks about winning

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