Law

L to R - Dr Michael Eburn, Prof Steve Dovers, Tang Xiaowen and Assoc Prof Geoff Cary.
12
Mar

China looks to ANU for bushfire help

Officials from China’s State Forestry Administration have visited ANU to gain expert insights into the prevention and science of bushfires.

Photo by everyplace via Flickr, http://bit.ly/MmSMDd
24
Feb

Disability, employment and anti-discrimination laws

ANU researcher Dale Reardon is looking at how the anti-discrimination laws can be improved, to protect people with disability from discrimination in the workplace.

Filed under: ANU, Law

Image courtesy of Alan Cleaver on Flickr
14
Feb

Restorative justice helps victims, cuts crime

A major new international study has backed pioneering work by the University into restorative justice, finding criminals are less likely to re-offend after meeting their victims face to face.

Image courtesy of Connor Tartar on flickr
07
Feb

Trial by media: judges to share views on coverage

Sensationalised media reporting of court decisions can undermine public confidence in the legal system and can unfairly tarnish judges, says a spokesperson for the National Judicial College of Australia (NJCA).

Sue-Lin Wong. Photo by James Giggacher.
10
Jan

Headline act

From making the front-page of ‘The New York Times’ to finding her ancestral home, SUE-LIN WONG’S two years studying in China taught her things you couldn’t learn from a textbook.

Emma Roberts. PHOTO BY JIMMY WALSH.
08
Jan

Homeward bound

From learning to live in ‘rubber time’ to crossing busy roads using her hands, undergraduate Emma Roberts has returned from Indonesia with new skills and a new home.

The opening ceremony of the One Young World Summit
05
Jan

Power to the people at the 2013 One Young World Summit

Economics and law undergraduate student Jeeven Nadanakumar represented Australia at the One Young World Summit in South Africa last October.

Lions oratory winner Rebecca Niumeitolu
24
Dec
2013

Law student wins Lions Oratory Competition

Rebecca Niumeitolu won the Lions Oratory Competition earlier this year.

Dr Michael Eburn from the ANU College of Law. Photographer Stuart Hay, ANU
20
Dec
2013

CRC to examine how natural disasters affect people

The new national Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre will examine the causes of natural disasters and how they impact on people and communities, ANU Associate Professor Michael Eburn says.

Niki Bruno. Photographer Stuart Hay, ANU
18
Dec
2013

Studying ‘was my saving grace’: Niki Bruno

Niki Bruno has a lot to celebrate and be thankful for. After fighting cancer and studying for a certificate in Australian Migration Law at ANU, she’ll graduate this week and now has her own business as a Migration Agent.

Filed under: Alumni, ANU, Law, Staff, Students

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