Issue 5: December 2012
Student projects have been expanded this semester. This includes one project sucessfully securing significant funding for their activities in 2012, and the introduction of an partnership with the ACT Environmental Defenders Office.
Issue 4: July 2012
This year we have continued and expanded our student internship program, and we report in this newsletter on the wide range of issues of law and social justice that interns have investigated and reported on, from health policy to self-defence, and from the Northern Territory to Iran.
Issue 3: December 2011
It is a joy and a challenge to harness all that students can offer social justice projects. The joy comes from seeing both the significant contribution that students can make to the success of a project, and the tremendous boost they get to their confidence and self-esteem. The challenge is in aligning projects with the ability and availability of students.
Issue 2: July 2011
This newsletter has been written by the students and staff who design, run and participate in law reform and social justice activities at the ANU College of Law. We hope you are as excited and inspired by their work as we are.
Issue 1: December 2010
Through its Law Reform and Social Justice Program, the ANU College of Law promotes an awareness of the need for law to adapt to - and at times to lead - developments in society, particularly conscious of the situation of people who lack power, capacity and opportunity to share in the comfort, security and autonomy enjoyed by most people in Australia.