Law & government

Learn to become an agent of change, to shape and influence policy, create law reform and enable social justice at Australia's national law school with links to our nation's key law making and legislative bodies.

Sessions

26 August 2017
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Make sure to stop by the Main Hub to talk to staff and students from all of our colleges and central areas. There you will be able to get in-depth information about our discipline areas, degree programs including Flexible Double Degrees, pathway programs and internships. You can also drop into the... 9am–4pm Add to calendar
 
Join Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) for a warm welcome to ANU Open Day and Welcome to Country. In this address, Professor Hughes-Warrington will inspire you with the reasons why ANU choosing to study at ANU is the beginning of a new adventure where you will... 9.30–9.50am Add to calendar
 
The Flexible Double Degree is a unique program to ANU with over 750 possible degree combinations. Hear from Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington to learn how you can build a Flexible Double Degree to combine your passions, expand your skills and improve your employability. 10–10.20am Add to calendar
 
The Tjabal Indigenous Higher Education Centre provides a meeting place for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students studying at ANU in Canberra. Here you will find Indigenous students and staff strongly committed to improving education outcomes that benefit Australian Indigenous communities.... 10am–2pm Add to calendar
 
Join our friendly student ambassadors for a short walk from the School of Music to the ANU College of Law building. During the walk, you'll get to meet current students, including those living on campus and studying law as part of an ANU Flexible Double Degree. 10.15–10.30am Add to calendar
 
ANU has pioneered the Flexible Vertical Double Degree to give you a head start with a Master degree to gain knowledge, skills and experience that will equip you to work across a broad range of roles and organisations, anywhere in the world. Learn more about this world-first study program only... 10.30–10.50am Add to calendar
 
Ranked amongst the world's top 20 law schools, ANU College of Law is Australia's national law school. What's it like to be a student at one of the best law schools in the world? What will you study, how hard is it and where do graduates end up working? Find out everything you want to know about... 10.30–11.30am Add to calendar
 
Join our friendly student ambassadors for a short walk from the School of Music to the ANU College of Law building. During the walk, you'll get to meet current students, including those living on campus and studying law as part of an ANU Flexible Double Degree. 10.45–11am Add to calendar
 
Networking & social
Meet current staff and students over morning tea in the Law foyer, hear insights from their experiences, and pick their brains about what you really want to know about studying at ANU Law. 11am–12pm Add to calendar
 
Join our friendly student ambassadors for a short walk from the School of Music to the ANU College of Law building. During the walk, you'll get to meet current students, including those living on campus and studying law as part of an ANU Flexible Double Degree. 11.30–11.45am Add to calendar
 
Ranked amongst the world's top 20 law schools, the ANU College of Law is Australia's national law school. Whether you're starting your career, looking to change direction or seeking to step up to the next level, a postgraduate qualification from the ANU College of Law sets you apart in a... 11.45am–12.45pm Add to calendar
 
The Bachelor of Arts is the most diverse, most flexible, and most popular degree at the ANU. Discover the study possibilities, potential career paths and where a Bachelor of Arts can take you. 12.30–12.50pm Add to calendar
 
There is no better place in Australia to study international relations. ANU is a national and world leader in international relations and this degree will prepare you for a career in many fields. Come and find out how to launch your global career in this exciting and ever-changing field.  1–1.20pm Add to calendar
 
Thinking about doing a PhD but would like to know more before you fully commit to the idea? PhD study is a serious investment in your career and you need to be sure you are in the best place to succeed. In this presentation Associate Professor Inger Mewburn, director of research training at ANU... 1.30–1.50pm Add to calendar
 
Ranked among the world's top 20 law schools, the ANU College of Law is Australia's national law school. Gain an insight from the ANU College of Law Deputy Dean into what makes the College unique, the programs we offer and how our students and graduates are using their knowledge to make a... 1.30–1.50pm Add to calendar
 
The Australian National Internship Program (ANIP) is about experiencing the heart of Australian policy-making and politics. ANIP is a research intensive internship that gives undergraduate and postgraduate students unique access to the leading institutions based in Canberra and abroad. 2–2.20pm Add to calendar
 
Have your finger on the politics pulse by studying political science in Australia's capital. We offer a combination of learning from leading academics while having unrivalled access to national and international political institutions. 2–2.20pm Add to calendar
 
How does economics factor into political decision making? How big of a role does ethics play in these decisions? Discover the interplay between politics, philosophy and economics and find out what you need to know about this unique degree.  2.30–2.50pm Add to calendar
 
Join current students as they talk about their leadership experiences, and how you can be a leader at ANU. Hear from students at different stages of their degree, and the types of opportunities they are involved in.  2.30–2.50pm Add to calendar
 
Advisory session
How does restorative justice work? What makes the criminal justice system tick? Learn about the social dimensions of crime, effecive ways to control it, and everything else you need to know about Criminology. 3–3.20pm Add to calendar
 
The Vice Chancellor courses provide students with opportunities to learn with leaders and innovators from across the ANU, business and government. The courses are multidisciplinary in content and teaching, and can be taken as a minor, major or masters degree with many ANU bachelors degrees. The... 3–3.20pm Add to calendar

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