Legal Professions Research Network
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.
Partnerships at Work The Interaction between Employment Systems, Corporate Governance and Ownership Structure
The project examined the interaction between several key factors in the creation and sustainability of 'Partnerships at Work', including particular employment systems, forms of corporate governance and ownership structures.
Indigenous Students and Graduate Research Degrees
Find out about the Graduate Research Degrees for Indigenous students
Academic profile of Dr Helen Pausacker, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Dr Luis Bogliolo, Melbourne Law School
Project by Associate Professor Rosemary Langford, Restoring public trust in charities - reforming governance and enforcement.
Peace Agreements, Constitutional Commitments and Sustainable Peace
Peace agreements made in conflict-affected settings often call for constitutional change. The Constitution Transformation Network explored how implementing constitutional inclusion mechanisms can contribute to sustaining peace.
Supermarket Power Project
The Former CLEN Director, Professor Caron Beaton-Wells, led a four-year research project entitled "Regulating Australia's retail grocery sector - goals, actors and techniques", funded by the Australian Research Council.
Academic profile of Associate Professor Anna Arstein-Kerslake, Melbourne Law School
STS@UoM is an informal network of scholars at the University of Melbourne who work within the disciplinary traditions of STS or draw on associated concepts and approaches. They are generally engaging critically with developments in one or more areas where science and technology are central, and where the relationship to social structures is complex or contested.
The Competition Law and Economics Network has engaged in research covering many issues which are of significance to Australians.
Learn about the PhD Scholarships and doctoral workshops hosted by the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness.
Prohibiting Hijab in Educational Institutions: A Constitutional Assessment
The Federal Contract: A New Theoretical Framework for Federalism
For this seminar and to mark the launch of the book, Professor Tierney will be joined by five leading scholars of federalism from across the world to explore the important ideas developed in this new work. All are welcome to join this discussion, with Professor Eva Maria Belser, Professor Peter Niesen, Professor Nicholas Aroney, Dr Asanga Welikala and Professor Cheryl Saunders to reflect on federalism, constitutionalism and the state in the 21st century.For this seminar and to mark the launch of the book, Professor Tierney will be joined by five leading scholars of federalism from across the world to explore the important ideas developed in this new work. All are welcome to join this discussion, with Professor Eva Maria Belser, Professor Peter Niesen, Professor Nicholas Aroney, Dr Asanga Welikala and Professor Cheryl Saunders to reflect on federalism, constitutionalism and the state in the 21st century.
What the Social Inclusion Agenda Means for the Integration of Labour Market Regulation and Social Policy
This research project was funded by the University of Melbourne's Social Justice Initiative, and examined the Rudd Government's 'Social Inclusion Agenda', investigating the interaction between labour market regulation and social policy regimes under the Agenda from a social justice perspective.
Submission papers submitted by the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law's members.
Academic profile of Professor Megan Richardson
Harmful Financial Products Project
This research will fill a significant gap in Australian scholars’ and policymakers’ knowledge of harmful financial products, their impact on the lives of Australian consumers and their role in perpetuating financial exclusion. It will combine a comprehensive legal analysis with a rigorous empirical study of these products and their impact.
The Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia has a number of research partners involved in various projects.
Democracy, Vilification, and Automated Regulation
Subjects offerings at Melbourne Law School relating to Indigenous peoples and the law.
Melbourne Law School staff associated with Centre for Media and Communications Law are involved in major projects.
Freedom of Contract or Denial of Justice: Consumer Arbitration in the EU and Australia
Presented by Professor Richard Garnett, Melbourne Law School, and Dr Denise Wiedemann, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg, GermanyUnited States companies commo... 28 Aug 2019 5:30 pm - 28 Aug 2019 7:30 pm
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