The Consumer Law and Policy research group is highly engaged in teaching, research and policy activities. The group's work covers the regulation of consumer transactions, advertising and consumer credit, as well as online transactions and the impact of new and emerging digital technologies. The group's work also crosses into related legal fields of health, financial services, privacy, data rights and automated decision-making. The group is strongly cross-disciplinary, and includes collaborations with researchers in medicine, economics, psychology, engineering and computer science.
Our program consists of staff experienced in consumer law and policy.
Consumer Law and Policy program carries out a range of consumer law research projects. Review some of the significant research projects, some funded by external grants and many of a collaborative and interdisciplinary nature.
Melbourne Law School offers a wide range of consumer law subjects in the Master of Laws (LLM), as well as in the JD and undergraduate degrees at the University of Melbourne.
View library guides relating to Competition and Consumer Law for Australia, China, European Union and the United States of America.