RegNet and other ANU researchers were at the heart of the development and implementation of a significant legislative innovation for Australia: the adoption of Australia’s first bill of rights - the ACT’s Human Rights Act 2004.
A three-year full time PhD Scholarship within the ANU Philippines Project located in the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet).
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Current role: Judge, Federal Circuit Court of Australia
Graduation year: 2008
This article first appeared in East Asia Forum on 8 February 2018.
Current role: Research Director, Institute for Regional and International Studies, American University of Iraq (Sulaimani)
Graduation year: 2016
Associate Professor Anthea Roberts from the ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) has won the American Society of International Law’s most high profile and prestigious book prize for her recent monograph Is International Law International? (Oxford University Press, 2017).
Dr Marshall is Australia’s leading legal scholar on Aboriginal water rights and interests. She is a lawyer with a strong focus in pro bono work for Indigenous communities across Australia.
Leading experts in regulation and public health, civil society and professional groups are opposing parts of the Therapeutic Goods Amendment Bill because they raise significant concerns about consumer rights and consumer safety in Australia.
Imelda Deinla, Director of the ANU Philippines Project, speaks to Sky News about President Duterte’s crackdown on critical media outlets in the Philippines.