Academic profile of Emeritus Professor Michael Bryan, Melbourne Law School
The Harold Ford Memorial Lecture
The Harold Ford Memorial Lecture celebrates the many contributions of Professor Ford to Melbourne Law School, the legal profession, and to the development of corporate law and trusts law. The inaugural lecture was held in 2013 and hosted by the Centre for Corporate Law. Details of upcoming lectures, and recordings of past lectures, can be found here.
Academic profile of Associate Professor Cally Jordan, Melbourne Law School
News and Events
The Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society runs numerous events throughout the year, many of them open to the public. Click through to see forthcoming or past events and also for our news items.
Previously published monographs in corporate law and securities regulation by members of the Centre for Corporate Law.
Academic profile of Dr Erin O'Donnell, Melbourne Law School
Proportionality, Facts and Public Law Adjudication
To mark the launch of Dr Anne Carter’s book Proportionality and Facts in Constitutional Adjudication the CCCS Global Public Law Seminar Series hosted a panel discussion of proportionality and facts in constitutional adjudication. The Honourable Pamela Tate KC formally launched the book, and was joined by panellists Joe Tomlinson, Niels Petersen, Cora Chan and Anne Carter to discuss the book and its contribution to debates about the role of facts in public law, questions of deference and expertise, as well as comparative perspectives on proportionality.In this seminar, our panellists critically reflected upon the development of the constitutional freedom over the last 30 years and shared their thoughts in relation to its future. The panel consisted of barrister Kathleen Foley S.C., Professor Dan Meagher (Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University) and Professor Adrienne Stone (Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne). Professor Michael Crommelin AO (Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne) chaired the event.
The research team involved with the Australian Research Council Laureate Project - Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law.
Transition to a Clean Energy Future: The Role of Climate Litigation
This innovative project analysed the capacity of climate litigation in key fossil-fuel producing countries, Australia and the US, to influence regulation so contributing to putting these nations on the path to a clean energy future. This project was funded by the Australian Research Council Discovery Project (DP 130100500) between 2013-2018.
Academics associated with the Centre for Media and Communications Law and Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia regularly publish their work in a variety of formats.
Precariousness in Law and Labour Markets: The Case of Temporary Migrant Workers
This project examined the situation of temporary migrant workers in Australia, focusing on the nature and extent of their precariousness both in law and in labour market practice.
Academic profile of Dr Lael Weis, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Dale Smith, Melbourne Law School
Constitution-Making Somalia Project
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.
The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies' (CCCS) objectives, activities and research.
Should AI Systems be classifiable as patent inventors?
Hosted by the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia ((IPRIA). Listen to Professors Joshua Gans, Kimberlee Weatherall and Jeannie Paterson debate whether AI systems should be able to be classified as inventors.
Academic profile of Professor Adrienne Stone, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Rebecca Giblin, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Paul Ali, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Wendy Ng, Melbourne Law School
'Law on the State of Emergency' Online Conference
16-17 June, 2020
Visiting Fellowship Scheme
The Visiting Fellowship Scheme provides an opportunity for University of Melbourne faculties to engage with a range of different statelessness scholars and to expand international research collaborations.
CELRL members' recent submission: Vulnerable Workers Bill
Centre members Dr Tess Hardy and Associate Professor Joo-Cheong Tham made a submission to Parliament of Victoria into the Vulnerable Workers Bill.Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law's Dr Tess Hardy and Professor Joo-Cheong Tham's submission regarding the Vulnerable Workers Bill.