News

23
Sep
2014
The situation in Iraq and Syria is now so volatile and chaotic, the chances of peace and a 'good' solution for its people seem far away.
21
Sep
2014
Indigenous Australian students who are seeking to undertake professional legal training for admission to practice are encouraged to apply for the ANU Legal Workshop’s Indigenous Student Scholarship Scheme.
21
Sep
2014
Visas which allow Australian permanent residents or citizens to sponsor their parents and dependent relatives to come to Australia may be be repealed by the Senate, as Associate Lecturer Khanh Hoang explores.
20
Sep
2014
Enterprise bargaining negotiations have begun in many APS departments with superannuation clauses proving to be a sticking point, Cameron Roles explains in the Canberra Times.
14
Sep
2014
PhD Candidate Scott Joblin explores what implications the Scottish independence vote may have on the Antarctic Treaty.
12
Sep
2014
A long-term interest in international law and its role in fighting corruption and fraud has seen ANU College of Law student, Edmund Bao, announced as the recipient of the prestigious 2014 World Bank Scholarship.
05
Sep
2014
Australia’s longstanding and hard-fought dual citizenship laws are threatened in the rush to enact new counter-terrorism laws, says Professor Kim Rubenstein.
02
Sep
2014
Humanitarian missions in Iraq by the RAAF are in accordance with international law, but continued political scrutiny of further military action is wholly justified, writes Kevin Boreham.
29
Aug
2014
While many have warned about the dangers of class actions in Australia, the reality is that class actions enforce the law, writes Professor Peta Spender.
29
Aug
2014
As Australian military intervention in Iraq and Syria becomes increasingly possible, Professor Don Rothwell explores the legality of sending jets or troops into the Middle East.

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