Holocaust denier Fredrick Toben would never have breached federal racial vilification law under the Federal Government's proposed changes - that's how weak they are, writes Professor Simo
The international law societies of Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Japan and the United States of America (the “Four Societies”) have held four conferences bringing together early career scholars around a theme, generally leading to an edited confere
The federal government’s crackdown on asylum seekers through its Operation Sovereign Borders program and legalising torture are some of the topics featured in the first 2014 International Advocate, being launched tonight.
Brody Warren, ANU BA/LLB graduate, has been awarded the Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship for Australian Students to undertake
Officials from China’s State Forestry Administration have visited ANU to gain expert insights into the prevention and science of bushfires.
In addition to running the largest university-based professional legal education program in Australia, ANU Legal Workshop is also actively involved in research about lawyers in practice and the role of legal education. Our research is conducted in clos
BA/LLB student, Tess Kelly was awarded Undergraduate Student of the Year for