Brave New Worlds: Challenges for Evidence in the 21st Century – A Student’s Perspective

Marcus Dahl The complicated relationship between the disciplines of law and science is never so openly on display as it is in the study of fact-finding in evidence law. What evidence is allowed in a trial, how it has been…

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Drawing the line: High Court upholds Senate electoral reforms

Posted on April 8, 2017 Under All 0 Comments

Cain Sibley, Ken Powell The High Court considered, and rejected, five arguments against the reforms. On 13 May 2016, the High Court ruled that reforms made to the Senate electoral process earlier in 2016 were constitutionally valid. The decision underscored…

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Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Posted on April 8, 2017 Under All 0 Comments

Brigid Horneman-Wren The appointment of Susan Kiefel AC as Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia in November last year challenged two of the key components of the longest standing stereotype of the legal profession: that it is dominated…

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Q&A with Sarah Lynch

Posted on March 31, 2017 Under All 0 Comments

Tiffany P. Monorom Sarah is an alumnus from the ANU College of Law and is currently thefounder and Editor-in- Chief of BucketOrange Magazine. She recently visited the ANU campus and this is what she has to say about her career.…

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LSS Experiences: The Gibbs Moot

James Barrett Overall Experience We had fun and are grateful for the experience. The competition was excellently hosted and friendly. It was nice to see the Melbourne University faculty, local barristers and former judges involved and willing to chat to…

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