The ANU Law Students’ Society (LSS) is the representative body for ANU law students, providing a wide range of social, educational and careers-oriented programs and events. With numerous publications, forums and events, the LSS is committed to strongly representing students’ interests and keeping them updated with developments in the legal profession. The LSS is an inclusive society. We are here to support you as a student and to make your Law School experience the best it can be.
Are you interested in listening to podcasts on topical matters such as Constitutional law, health law, citizenship law, and Indigenous law, now that exams have (mostly) finished?
ANU Law has launched a podcast series hosted by Alex Sloan who is the current ACT Citizen of the Year - she interviews notable ANU Law academics and alumni, and topics range from their own law school antics to the career paths they planned to take, and to current legal affairs.
Some of the interesting interviewees include Justice Richard Refshauge, Asmi Wood (Associate Professor and Sub-Dean (Indigenous)), and Anne Macduff (Senior Lecturer and Sub-Dean (LLB and JD Program)), plus many more!