Past Research Projects
Past Competition Law and Economics Network's research projects.
Academic profile of Associate Professor Amanda Whiting, Melbourne Law School
Reviews of Books Written or Edited by Centre Members
Reviews of books written or edited by Centre for Corporate Law members.
Handbook of Property, Law and Society Workshop
Academic profile of Dr Lauren Notini, Melbourne Law School
Australia-ASEAN Women in Constitution-Building Capacity Development Program
The Constitution Transformation Network was very pleased to host the 2019 Australia-ASEAN Women in Constitution-Building Capacity Development Program, which brought together eight women engaged in democracy and constitution building in ASEAN countries.
Academic profile of Professor Jason Varuhas, Melbourne Law School
Cultural Water for Cultural Economies
This project has identified key pathways to water access for, as well as the significant barriers to, the use of water by Traditional Owners and First Nations. The Cultural Water for Cultural Economies project is a collaboration between the Department of Environment, Water, Land and Planning (Victoria), the Murray Lower Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations (MLDRIN), University of Melbourne, and the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations (FVTOCs).
The page lists the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law's graduate researcher students.
Competition Law and COVID-19 in Asia: Malaysia
Thursday 9 July, 2020
Digital Citizens Research Network
Home page for the Digital Citizens Research Network. A research program of Melbourne Law School.
The Asian Law Centre regularly hosts local and international visiting scholars.
'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.
Research related to the project, ranging from working papers and articles to anticipated book publications.
The Institute for International Law and the Humanities (IILAH) is dedicated to integrating the study of international law with contemporary approaches to the humanities. IILAH facilitates and promotes innovative research and critical thinking on emerging questions of international law, governance, human rights and justice, positioning Melbourne Law School as one of the leading institutions for international legal scholarship in the world.
View current research projects undertaken by the researchers at the Institute for International Law and the Humanities, Melbourne Law School
Phoenix Activity: Regulating Fraudulent Use of the Corporate Form
To strengthen Australia's economic fabric, this project aims to determine the optimal method of dealing with fraudulent phoenix activity through a thorough examination of all of its aspects in Australia and by a comparative analysis of international responses.
Academic profile of Associate Professor Michael Kobetsky, Melbourne Law School
Consent and fairness in Australian and Indian Data Protection Law
This project explores approaches to balancing the elements of individual consent and fairness to protect citizens reasonable expectations of privacy in data driven transactions.
The Obligations Group produces an Annual Report capturing the outstanding events and research being achieved and performed by staff and students.
'Life Imprisonment in Asia: Law and Practice' Online Conference
Online conference on life imprisonment in Asia, co-hosted by the School of Law, University of Nottingham; School of Law, Vietnam National University Hanoi; International Organization of Educators and Researchers Inc. (IOER); and the Asian Law Centre.
Celebrating Asian Australian Lawyers: From William Ah Ket to Today
Monday 1 June, 2020
CAIDE welcomes the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences as our newest member faculty!
The Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics is delighted to announce that the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Science (MDHS) will be joining CAIDE as a member faculty, through the Centre for Digital Transformation of Health. MDHS joins our existing members, Melbourne Law School and the Faculties of Arts, Science, Engineering and IT.Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics welcomes the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences as Member
Data Science and the need for collective law and ethics
Dr Jake Goldenfein (MLS) and Dr Sebastian Benthall (NYU) present their research on ‘Data science and the need for collective law and ethics’ in this event, co-hosted by The Centre for AI and Digital Ethics and the HMI project from the Australian National University.
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