Academic profile of Associate Professor Ann Genovese, Melbourne Law School
Master of Employment and Labour Relations Law
The Master of Employment and Labour Relations Law is ideal for legal practitioners and non-lawyers with an interest in the legal regulation of employment and labour relations.
The Constitution and Public Affairs
Experts from the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies and the Laureate Program on Comparative Constitutional Law explain constitutional issues in the news.
The Minimum Performance Rule in Contract Damages
Presented by Professor David McLauchlan, Victoria University of Wellington, New ZealandIn this seminar David McLauchlan discussed the long-standing rule concerning the assessment of damages for breach... 31 Jan 2019 1:00 pm - 31 Jan 2019 2:00 pm
This page displays the profiles of each investigator researching on Australia and the International Court of Justice project.
The Competition Law and Economics Network (CLEN) is a network of people engaged in research, teaching and other activities in areas related to competition law and economics at the University of Melbourne. CLEN provides a platform for engagement between academics, lawyers, economists, and the government on issues of current interest.
Newsletter - April 2021
Law and Labour Market Regulation
This project was designed to apply a regulatory perspective to labour law, broaden the subject matter of labour law, and view the impact of this regulatory field on individual workers taken across a life course.
Project by PhD Candidate Nicola Howell, The use and impact of legal solutions to consumer over-indebtedness: a comparison of Australian and Dutch approaches.
view a range of publications, research, submissions to government, reports and other materials produced by members of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies.
The Impact of Different Legal Systems on the Regulation of the Business Enterprise in the Asia-Pacific Region Project
'Legal Origins: The Impact of Different Legal Systems on the Regulation of the Business Enterprise in the Asia-Pacific Region Project' investigates whether the origin of a country's legal system (common law, civil law, and so on) gives rise to a distinctive regulatory style/legal environment which is more, or less, conducive to the efficient operation of the business enterprise.
2021 Past Events
News and Events
View the current and past events and news items of the Centre for Media and Communications Law.
Joo-Cheong Tham Publications
Published works by Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law member Professor Joo-Cheong Tham.
Launch: Special Issue of Asian Journal of Law and Society on Presidential Regulation No. 125 of 2016
Wednesday 17 March, 2021
Academic profile of Associate Professor Tatiana Cutts, Melbourne Law School
The Legal Professions Research Network exists to foster innovation and collaboration between scholars, regulators, policy-makers and practitioners in the production of world-class research and evidence informed policy-making in the fields of legal services and legal education.
Project by Dr Tess Hardy, Work in franchises: searching for solutions at the regulatory frontier
The Digital Citizens Research Network showcases the strength of the University’s multidisciplinary research addressing the issues at the intersection of technology, rights and identity.
Academic profile of Professor Jack Anderson, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Professor Alison Duxbury, Melbourne Law School
Iain Campbell Publications
Published works by Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law member Professor Iain Campbell.
Equality and Discrimination Law (LAWS50068)
This JD subject examines the development, operation and future of anti-discrimination laws in Australia. In the absence of constitutional protection for equality in Australia, this is the major method of protecting people with specific attributes from discrimination.
Academic profile of Ms Evgenia Bourova, Melbourne Law School
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