The Australian Network for Japanese Law
The Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL) is an initiative of the ANU College of Law at The Australian National University (ANU), the University of Sydney Law School at The University of Sydney (USyd) and the School of Law at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). The core aim of ANJeL is to promote scholarly engagement with Japanese law, especially in Australia.
Contemporary Perspectives on the Nuclear World: 75 Years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki Conference
An ANJeL-supported conference planned at the University of Sydney for 1-3 October 2020 was cancelled due to the pandemic. But a book project is proceeding and an accompanying exhibition of atomic art, photographs and books featuring Hiroshima/Nagasaki, nuclear testing and nuclear accidents will be held 1-21 October 2020 at the Tin Sheds Gallery in USydney’s School of Architecture. Both projects are under the leadership of Dr Yasuko Claremont, with proposed book chapters due by end-December: for more details contact email@example.com
Visit of Justice Miyazaki and Judge Sakaniwa of the Supreme Court of Japan
Justice Miyazaki Yuko, Justice of the Supreme Court of Japan and Judge Sakaniwa Masayuki (Judge, Director for International Relations, Secretary Division, General Secretariat, Supreme Court of Japan) visited Canberra in February 2020. During their stay, they toured the High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory and met with the Chief Justices and Justices of those courts. They also had discussions with the Dean and academics at the Australian National University Law School, as well as with members of the National Judicial College of Australia.
The University of Sydney Law School Dean Simon Bronitt and ANJeL Co-director Prof Luke Nottage helped host the visit of Justice Miyazaki and Judge Sakaniwa in Sydney.