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Nine ANU students contesting international moot competition in Japan

01 December 2018

Nine ANU international law students are in Japan to test their mooting skills and try winning back the title of best transnational arbitration and negotiation team in the

Places at the table: the G20 is adept at harnessing the commitment and resources of other international organisations to its own agenda. Kay Nietfeld/Reuters Pool/DPA

What makes the G20 a force for global good – when its members agree they want it to be

30 November 2018

This article was first published in The Conversation on 30 November 2018.

Compared to other international organisations, the G20 would seem to be one of the weakest.

Power to persuade

21 November 2018

Valerie Braithwaite

Academy of Social Sciences Symposium: Regenerating Integrity and Trust in Australian Institutions, November 13, 2018

BenchTV - Dr Virginia Marshall

19 November 2018

Dr Virginia Marshall is the Principal solicitor of Triple BL Legal.

#WomenLawyersoftheACT - Dr Suzanne Akila, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

09 November 2018

As part of the #WomenLawyersoftheACT series, WLA ACT had the privilege of speaking with Dr Suzanne Akila, Assistant Director in the Sea Law and Antarctica Section at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, about opportunities and the law.

Tempering Power

02 November 2018

On Saturday, November 10, join us for “Tempering Power”, The Baldy Center’s 40th Anniversary Conference held in conjunction with the Mitchell Lecture.

Dr Kate Henne

Dr Kathryn Henne named 2018 Critical Criminologist of the Year

01 November 2018

RegNet Associate Professor Kate Henne has been named the 2018 Critical Criminologist of the Year by the American Society of 

Farmers Market, Image Credit: Alpha (Flickr)

Research Opportunities for Hons / Masters students in the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence on the Social Determinants of Health Equity

31 October 2018

Many Australians will live shorter lives than others not because of their genetics or the lifestyle choices they make but rather because of the conditions in which they live and the opportunities t

Downloading firearms: Is an Internet connection all you need to get a gun in Australia?

25 October 2018

New South Wales laws that have prohibited the possession of digital firearms blueprints need to be extended nationally, Rod Broadhurst writes.


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