News

15
Dec
2014
First-year student Alana Tolman is heading for Brunei after winning a prestigious New Colombo Plan scholarship. Alana, who has combined Asia-Pacific studies with Law, received her award from Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.
15
Dec
2014
The ongoing disputes between the Philippines and China in the South China Sea are about to reach a critical point. But is China prepared to engage in formal dispute resolution processes? Prof Donald Rothwell writes in the East Asia Forum.
11
Dec
2014
Professor Kim Rubenstein writes in the Canberra Times that a rethink is needed on the process of appointing Justices of the High Court, to address the ongoing gender imbalance.
09
Dec
2014
Undergraduate students Sara, Joy and Kin have come from Western Australia, New Zealand and here in Canberra to spend their summer working closely with leading legal experts on a practical research project.
26
Nov
2014
Could a double dissolution be the key for the Senate deadlock? asks former Queensland Senator and ANU Law senior lecturer Andrew Bartlett on ABC's The Drum.
26
Nov
2014
No names - just a number and three letter acronym is how our government deals with refugees, writes Kerry Murphy in Eureka Street.
25
Nov
2014

On Tuesday 25 November, Associate Professor David Letts, co-director of the Centre for Military and Security Law, participated in a forum at the University of the Philippines on International Humanita

18
Nov
2014
The Russian Navy is getting closer to Australia than we're used to, and beyond the bluster of 'shirtfronting' we don't seem to have a coherent policy response writes ANU College of Law Masters student Emilia Christoforou in the Lowy Institute's Interpreter blog.
13
Nov
2014
If you completed a first aid course last weekend then you could call yourself a paramedic. A/Prof Michael Eburn and Ruth Townsend asks how the decision to defer the inclusion of paramedics on the Aust. Health Practitioner register can be justified.
04
Nov
2014
A team of four ANU College of Law students have taken first place in the international law moot Copenhagen Competition, successfully arguing the benefits of using solar energy to create hydrogen fuel.

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