The program in construction law and commercial arbitration seeks to develop these vital areas of law by uniting rigorous scholarship and practical experience. Members of the program engage in authoritative doctrinal and empirical research, teach a wide array of Masters-level subjects and work closely with lawyers and other professionals around the world.
Our program consists of staff experienced in construction law and an extensive Advisory Board.
Research information coming soon!
Subjects in the Melbourne Law Masters are available as single subject enrolments, either with or without assessment.
Our students have access to a wealth of construction law texts, journals and other materials.
Student published articles
Articles based upon research undertaken by construction law students at Melbourne Law School.
Constructing a bright future: An international student's perspective on Construction Law at Melbourne
After completing most of her Melbourne Law Master’s in Construction Law online during the pandemic, Kenyan international student Yvonne Getugi jumped at the opportunity to visit Australia for the first time to finish the last two months of her course, meet her lecturers in person, and explore what Melbourne has to offer.
Construction projects are complex, risky and impact upon the lives of every member of our community. Industry professionals and their lawyers need to have a detailed, integrated understanding of the legal landscape in which construction projects are executed. Melbourne Law School’s construction law program has been designed from the ground up to provide and enhance your understanding of these issues, no matter what level of experience you bring to our classrooms. Our lecturers are renowned expert navigators of the landscape, and our breadth and depth of subject choices is unrivalled anywhere in the world.