The Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) has been generously supported by our Research Partners. Staff associated with IPRIA are involved in a number of major research projects.
A list of all current and past submissions from the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law.
View the Tax Group faculty members.
Find out about the Competition Law and Economics Network's Director and members
Academic profile of Dr Brad Jessup, Melbourne Law School
How are low protection workers regulated? A pilot study in Australia and Indonesia
This project was a preliminary investigation of the norms and rules that govern workers who lie outside the scope of labour standards laws (in either a legal or practical sense).
Watch: New rights to know: data access in the context of automated decision-making
Re-visit Professor Frank Pasquale (Brooklyn Law School) talk with Susie Sheldrick (PhD candidate at CAIDE) about the right to access information in an automated decision-making context.This event was held online on 19 July 2022 and was co-hosted with the Centre for AI and Digital EthicsWatch a recording 'New rights to know: data access in the context of automated decision-making' presented by Prof Frank Pasquale on 19 July 2022
The Centre for Corporate Law provides useful resources on corporate law literature, links to commercial law journals, legislation, courts and other relevant institutions. The Centre also hosts an open-access archive of the Corporate Law Bulletin.
News and Events
View news items, current and past events hosted by the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia.
2017 Visting Fellows
View the 2017 Visiting Fellows of the Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law.
Academic profile of Associate Professor Andrew Godwin, Melbourne Law School
View the Director, members and associates of the Obligations Group from Melbourne Law School's academic community.
The Forum is a WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific event, hosted with the support of the University of Melbourne. It will bring together partners and experts at a regional and country level to share experiences and discuss future actions and directions for strengthening legal preparedness and response in the Region.
Academic profile of Mr Julian Panetta, Melbourne Law School
2021 Past Events
The Non-Fatal Strangulation Offence as a Response to Domestic and Family Violence
Melbourne Law School, along with Flinders University and Australian National University have been funded by the Australian Research Council to undertake a qualitative research project examining the meaning of home for children and young people after parental separation. Parental separation is likely to result in big changes in home arrangements for children and young people, yet so far, how children and young people think about ‘home’ after parental separation remains unexplored in research.
A Brief Introduction to the Korean Judicial System and Court Hierarchy
No 13 (2021) by Subin Cho
CILIS Associates are academic members from external institutions with significant reputations in the area of Indonesian and islamic studies.
2020 Past Events
Academic profile of Associate Professor Mark Taylor, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Lecturer Judy Bourke, Melbourne Law School
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.
Academic profile of Associate Professor Amanda Whiting, Melbourne Law School
Submissions and Reports
A large part of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies' engagement is with government itself. See a list of current and past submissions and reports to government inquests, inquiries and commissions here.
Work Choices Analysis
The Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law engaged in comprehensive and long-term analysis of the Work Choices legislation enacted by federal parliament in late 2005, and submitted a detailed critique of the proposed amendments to the Senate Inquiry on the Work Choices Bill.
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