Health Law and Ethics Network members with research expertise in children's health, including treatment for gender dysphoria, treatment decision for critically ill infants, and male/female circumcision
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.
Find out about the aims and objectives of the Electoral Regulation Research Network
Current and past events hosted or attended by members of Health, Law and Emerging Technologies team.
Academic profile of Professor Farrah Ahmed, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Lisa Sarmas, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Peter Rush, Melbourne Law School
The Institute for International Law and the Humanities regularly hosts masterclasses with noted international law scholars from Australia and across the globe. View our masterclass sessions here.
The Transformation of Equitable Tracing
Presented by Dr Derek Whayman, Newcastle University, United KingdomTrust and fiduciary law describes and justifies tracing better that seeing it as a process supporting a property claim absent aspects... 26 Sept 2019 1:00 pm - 26 Sept 2019 2:00 pm
Laureate Program in International Law
The Laureate Program in International Law at Melbourne Law School was funded by the Australian Research Council's Laureate Fellowship scheme from 2015 to 2020, and led by Professor Anne Orford.
Academic profile of Dr Amanda Porter, Melbourne Law School
Congratulations to Prof Margaret Young and Dr Erin O'Donnell
Congratulations to Prof Margaret Young and Dr Erin O'Donnell who were awarded ARC Future Fellowship, and a DECRA respectively. Read more about their projects below.CREEL academics received the ARC fellowships 2022
Advancing Investor Action on Energy Transition
Current project, ARC Discovery Project led by Prof Jackie Peel and A/Prof Ben Neville
The Legal Professions Research Network's work is broadly organised around three key thematic areas. These themes both reflect individual research interests across the Network and particularly inform the strategic direction and collaborative research priorities of the Legal Professions Research Network.
Study at MLS
Study options at Melbourne Law School for current and prospective Indigenous students
Indigenous Students and the MLM
Find out about the Melbourne Law Masters for Indigenous students
Graduate Diploma in Employment and Labour Relations Law
The Graduate Diploma in Employment and Labour Relations Law is part of the world-renowned Melbourne Law Masters program, exploring laws governing the workplace and labour force.
The Digital Citizens Research Network is a group of scholars and researchers interested in ideas of regulation and design in investigating the rights of citizens and the responsibilities of the state in a rapidly changing technological environment.
Centre for Media and Communications Law is an active research centre that produces various publications.
Academic profile of Professor Ann O'Connell, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Senior Fellow David Campbell-Williams, Melbourne Law School
The Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness aims at reducing statelessness and protecting the rights of stateless people.
Support in Teaching and Learning
Teaching and learning support offered to Indigenous students
Academic profile of Associate Professor Ying Liew, Melbourne Law School
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