Academic profile of Professor Joo-Cheong Tham, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Julie Clarke, Melbourne Law School
Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness members publish their research in; books, book chapters, journal articles and reports.
Law and Labour Market Regulation in Southern Africa
This project explored the trajectory of, and influences on, labour law in selected countries in the Southern African Development Community.
Electoral Regulation Research Network
Electoral Regulation Research Network (ERRN) offers exchange & discussion amongst academics, electoral commissions & others on electoral regulation
Academic profile of Professor Katy Barnett, Melbourne Law School
A list of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies' current and past graduate researchers.
Annual Tax Lectures
Each year, the Tax Group holds Annual Tax Lecture, presented by distinguished names in the Tax field.
Employment Rights of International Students: Enhancing protection through a community-university collaboration
A collaboration between the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law, Job Watch and the Spectrum Migrant Resource Centre, this project aimed to enhance the protection of international student employment rights.
Project by Associate Professor Alysia Blackham, Addressing age discrimination in employment.
Douglas W Arner
Academic profile of Senior Fellow Professor Douglas W Arner, Melbourne Law School
Anna Chapman Publications
Published works by Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law member Professor Anna Chapman.
Academic profile of Emeritus Professor Sandford Clark, Melbourne Law School
Submissions and Briefing Notes
View submissions, briefing notes and other materials produced or contributed to by the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness research team.
The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies provides both public and specialist resources on constitutional concepts and issues. We also hold a series of lectures and forums throughout the year.
Academic profile of Professor Jane Kaye, Melbourne Law School
Fair Work Australia's Influence in the Enterprise Bargaining Process
Commencing in 2011 and concluding in 2012, this study focused on Fair Work Australia's handling of bargaining-related cases under Part 2-4 of the Fair Work Act 2009.
Academic profile of Professor Heather Douglas, Melbourne Law School
PhD Scholarship: Tax, Wealth and Justice
Applications are now open for suitably qualified scholars to undertake a higher degree by research, funded by ARC Discovery Project Sharing the Wealth: Tax and Justice in a Slow Growth Era.Applications are now open for suitably qualified scholars to undertake a higher degree by research, funded by ARC Discovery Project Sharing the Wealth: Tax and Justice in a Slow Growth Era. Applications close Friday 27 August 2021.
Current and past news activities of the Competition Law and Economics Network
The Challenge of Informed Voting Project
Electoral practitioners and observers routinely say that informed voting is important for democracy. They often lament the low levels of informed voting in Australia and elsewhere. What counts as informed voting and how it should be promoted are, however, questions that are difficult to answer.
Briefing Note - Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 and International Law
Newsletters & Annual Reports
Our reporting provides an overview of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies' members, past activities and publications.
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