The Asian Law Centre (ALC) commenced activities in 1985 and is the first and largest Australian centre devoted to the development of our understanding of Asian law and legal systems.
The ALC is made up of a large team, consisting of current Melbourne Law School academics, researchers, postgraduate research students, Associates of the Centre and professional support staff.
ALC Associates are renowned scholars in the fields of Asian legal systems and Asian studies, or are active in teaching and research relating to Asian legal systems. Their work is linked to one or more of our research programs.
The ALC Advisory Board is made up of a diverse Australian membership who are experts in the issues in Asia and their relevance to Australia.
Members of the ALC supervise a large number of Graduate Researchers.
Overview of ALC
Read more about the activities, purposes and objectives of the ALC.
The ALC has a large team of Research Assistants, each of whom work with one or more of our research programs. Most Research Assistants are current students of Melbourne Law School.
The ALC hosts a significant number of Australian and international visitors each year.
The ALC publishes an Annual Report of its activities each year.