A Summer Research Scholarship at The Australian National University is an exceptional research opportunity for undergraduate students, providing insight into what studying for an Honours or a graduate research degree is all about.
The National Law Reform Conference will bring together some of Australia's best legal practitioners, policy experts, researchers and academics.
Australian politicians should put socially contentious issues to the public vote to help break political impasses, according to a key speaker at the upcoming ANU National Law Reform Conference.
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.
The Deep Web is an important and legitimate research resource, but Clive Williams argues it must be navigated with care in case you inadvertently go to sites engaged in illegal activities.
A new book by ANU law expert Skye Saunders looks at how rural women deal with harassment in the workplace.
Water plays a critical part in the lives of Indigenous communities around the world but they face significant legal challenges having their relationships with it recognised.
A review of discrimination laws in the ACT, chaired by ANU Law's Professor Simon Rice, has recommended fundamental changes to help the community fully understand discriminatory conduct.
A new research paper highlights consequences surrounding the legal characterisation of lethal autonomous maritime systems (LAMS).
Dr Philippa (Pip) Ryan is a barrister and senior lecturer at ANU College of Law, where she is director of the Master of Laws (LLM) program.