Four-day, intensive Media & Communications Law and Citizenship Law courses in August and November

The Australia National University (ANU) in Canberra will be offering two intensive graduate law courses:

"Citizenship Law in Context" will be taught by Professor Kim Rubenstein in August 2007 (Aug. 23-24, 27-28).

"Media and Communications Law" will be taught by Professor Matthew Rimmer in November 2007 (Nov. 1-2, 5-6).

According to the ANU College of Law website, the Media & Communications Law course is of potential interest to "lawyers, policy-makers, journalists, and other media professionals." The Citizenship Law course "will be of value to any migration law/citizenship law practioners in addition to graduate students with an interest in public law and international law."

For more information, please visit the ANU College of Law website.

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