ANU Bachelor of Asian Studies/Laws (Hons) student Caitlin O’Brien reveals why she created a children's book for her assessment in Selected Topics in Australian-United States Comparative Laws (LAWS4257).
Customary international law has long interested Sophia Collins, who explored the topic last year in an award-winning supervised research paper.
ANU Bachelor of Laws (Hons)/Politics, Philosophy and Economics student Harriet Wilson has been named a Top100 Future Leader of Australia.
Does the world’s first international e-mooting competition, recently won by ANU students, offer a glimpse of the future of legal education?
#MeToo and the Law is the first course of its kind offered by an Australian law school, teaching postgraduate students important legal concepts within the global movement.
ANU Bachelor of International Relations/Laws (Hons) student Daniel Wei-En Kang shares highlights of his in-country intensive in Geneva, Switzerland.
ANU graduand Grace Bramwell is determined not to let a degenerative eye disease distort her vision of one day becoming a barrister.
From aspiring actress to University Medallist, Hannah Dawson's law studies at ANU have been shaped by curiosity and determination.
Have well do hotel-sector businesses live up to their corporate social responsibility statements? ANU Law students teamed up with international NGOs to find out in a global research report.
ANU Juris Doctor student and forensic scientist Zoran Iliev aspires to improve understanding about digital evidence in the legal system.