Watch the inaugural Ann O'Connell Distinguished Tax Lecture, delivered online by David Bradbury.
Watch the 2021 James Merralls Visiting Fellowship in Law Lecture, presented by Professor Douglas Arner, Kerry Holdings Professor at the University of Hong Kong.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Professor Pip Nicholson was joined by former Victorian Attorney-General and Minister for Workplace Safety, the Hon Jill Hennessy MP.
In a digital world, the design and deployment of technologies must be carefully considered. While many experts around the world work to ensure ethical human engagement, it is important to also think about the role technology plays with animals.
Watch the Health Law and Ethics Network monthly lunch time seminar from 1 June 2021, presented by Professor Julian Savulescu and Dr Christopher Gyngell.
Sexual assault in the legal sector: In conversation with The Hon Kenneth Hayne ACQC and Thea Stephenson
Watch the Hon Kenneth Hayne AC QC and Ms Thea Stephenson discuss how individuals and institutions can take steps to reduce sexual harassment in the legal sector.
In this seminar, the Victorian Ombudsman, Ms Deborah Glass, discusses the mandate and powers of the Ombudsman to ‘promote fairness, integrity and respect for human rights’ by government in Victoria.
Watch internationally renowned Professor Ryan Abbott in discussion Professor Jeannie Marie Paterson, co-director of CAIDE, about the intersection of AI, law and fairness.
Watch the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations seminar was from 8 June 2021, presented by Paul O'Grady QC.
Honorary Senior Fellow Verity White talks about the new subject Contract Design and Automation at Melbourne Law School.
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Hear what makes the Melbourne Law Masters program so unique.
Learn more about what makes the MLS student experience unique.
Our researchers and experts
See what MLS researchers and experts have to say about their areas of legal scholarship.
Law and COVID-19
Find out how MLS experts are responding to the legal, ethical and policy challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In July 2020, Indonesia recorded its highest daily numbers of new coronavirus cases, making it the epicentre of the global pandemic, ahead of India and Brazil. The daily peak of 55,000 cases in mid-July, though shocking, only represented cases confirmed by PCR testing and reported by the government in its national tally.