Annual reports of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies, Melbourne Law School.
The Asian Law Centre runs numerous research activities throughout the year, many of them open to the public. This includes evening seminars, lunchtime (Brown Bag) seminars, Asian Legal Dialogues (presented in Asian languages), conferences and workshops. The Asian Law Centre has also recently launched Asian Legal Conversations - COVID-19 to discuss and compare experiences on issues either raised or exacerbated by COVID-19, which are shared by the jurisdictions of the Asia Pacific region, while also discussing country-specific issues.
Support offered by Melbourne Law School for Indigenous students
UNDP Pacific Research Project - "Strengthening parliamentary governance and citizen engagement"
In 2018 the Constitution Transformation Network hosted a series of Somali Constitution Forums, bringing together key members of the Somali diaspora to discuss federalism and other issues affecting Somalia’s constitution-making process.
A podcast about constitutions and constitutional law globally.
Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies
The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies (CCCS) undertakes research on constitutional law & government, and provides a focal point for scholars
Restoring public trust in charities
'Restoring public trust in charities – reforming governance and enforcement' is a project from the Centre for Corporate Law which aims to undertake comparative analysis and empirical research and to develop proposals for effective law and policy reform. It is expected to strengthen and maximize the charity sector’s capacity to contribute to social and economic life in Australia.
Graduate Law - MLM
Find out about Competition Law Graduate study options in the MLM
See details on past Visiting Scholars to the Competition Law and Economic Network
Further information on public and constitutional law resources external to the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies.
Current members of the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law.
Iain Campbell Publications
Published works by Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law member Professor Iain Campbell.
This page displays the profiles of each investigator researching on Australia and the International Court of Justice project.
Strategic Litigation on Climate in Europe
This project, now in Phase 2, evaluates the impacts of a targeted program of climate litigation and associated shareholder/investor activism, which has been funded by the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation and is being implemented by the public interest environmental law NGO ClientEarth, based in the United Kingdom.
Briefing Note - Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 and International Law
A Legal Brief prepared by the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness, the Asian Law Centre, and the Institute for International Law and the Humanities.This legal brief considers the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 (‘CAA’) and its compliance with India’s international legal obligations.
Academic profile of Dr Matthew Bell, Melbourne Law School
Current Initiatives to Encourage Fair and Cooperative Work Practices
In April 2008, the Victorian Office of the Workplace Rights Advocate commissioned Professor John Howe and Centre Associate Associate Professor Anthony Forsyth of Monash University to prepare a research report on 'Current Initiatives to Encourage Fair and Cooperative Workplace Practices'. They completed their report in June 2008.
Publications resulting from The Meaning of Home for Children and Young People after Parental Separation - Australian Research Council Discovery Project.
Members of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies teach in a wide range of public law degrees at the University of Melbourne and elsewhere.
Competition Law and COVID-19 in Asia: Thailand
Tuesday 28 July, 2020
Health, Law and Emerging Technologies broad research themes: law, governance and best practice in emerging technologies in health. Promoting individual empowerment; social equity and inclusion; the public interest; and accountability and legitimacy.
The Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society strives to continuously engage in innovative and important research projects that relate to Indonesia and Islamic legal studies both nationally and internationally. Click through to see our Research Grants, Publications and Resources.
Academic profile of Professor Christine Parker, Melbourne Law School
Scholarship options at Melbourne Law School for Indigenous students
Untapped: the Australian Literary Heritage Project
This is a new collaborative initiative between IPRIA, libraries and author groups to digitise important out-of-print books and license them into public libraries. It currently has seed funding from library organisations and we’re seeking to raise additional funds from the ARC and private donors.
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