Women in Law Organisation

Mara Lejins, Ruth Parsons, Hannah Cameron and Emily Langford -- Co-founders of WILO   ‘There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women’ - Madeleine Albright The Women in Law Organization (‘WILO’) is a student-run…

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Experience: the Mooties

Dan Trevanion Last summer I was part of the ANU 2016 Jessup Moot team. The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is in its 57th year in 2016. It is the world’s largest mooting competition, with participants from…

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Juris Doctor Online

Olivia Sparrow The law school has recently introduced the JDO – a Juris Doctor degree wholly delivered online. Teaching has just begun, however there’s been a bit of a backlash since the announcement, particularly from the postgraduate community on campus.…

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Podcast at Parkes Place: Smith v R

Posted on June 2, 2016 Under All, Podcast 0 Comments

Check out the first edition of the Podcast at Parkes Place, with hosts Prashant Kelshiker and Dan Trevanion joined with Associate Professor Dr Mark Nolan.

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Aurora Internship

-Matthew Barton Canberra: one name that automatically dredges up memories of visiting Parliament House and the War Memorial on primary school excursions. Canberra: one name that immediately conjures vivid imagery of inescapable round-a-bouts, milkshakes, fireworks and Lake Burley Griffin. Canberra:…

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