From Pockets to Cockpits
This research on the cultural context of digital flight assistants is lead by Dr Fabio Mattioli, School of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Arts, with funding from the Centre for AI and Digital Ethics 2020 Seed funding.
Academic profile on Professor Tarunabh Khaitan, Melbourne Law School
Privacy erosion by design: why the Federal Court should throw the book at Google over location data tracking
Co-Director, Professor Jeannie Paterson and Professor Elise Bant discuss the possible penalties needed to deter googling following a Federal court ruling that the company misled some users.
View the various news articles published by the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness.
Members of the Obligations Groups teach in the private law specialisation in the Melbourne Law Masters, Juris Doctor and provide high quality supervision to graduate researchers.
The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies undertakes and promotes research on constitutional law and government, and provides a focal point for scholars and practitioners interested in these areas.
The Electoral Regulation Research Network (ERRN) fosters exchange and discussion amongst academics, electoral commissions and other interested groups on research relating to electoral regulation. The ERRN is jointly funded by the New South Wales Electoral Commission, the Victoria Electoral Commission, and Melbourne Law School.
The Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law’s working paper series demonstrates our ongoing research on the constitution and regulation of Australian and global labour markets, with papers on labour law in the Asia-Pacific region, Southern Africa and Europe.
The Electoral Regulation Research Network's biannual newsletter
Academic profile of Professor Kirsty Gover, Melbourne Law School
Constitutional Transformation Network policy papers, policy briefs, submissions and Melbourne Forum reports.
Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness Resource Hub contains factsheets, presentations and podcasts, blog and briefing notes.
The Statelessness Hallmark Research Initiative runs a Seed Funding scheme annually, fostering interdisciplinary research collaboration.
Academic profile of Professorial Fellow Professor Ian Bailey AM SC, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Professor Beth Gaze, Melbourne Law School
Centre for Media and Communications Law is assisted by an Advisory Committee from the media and communications industry and legal practice.
Corporate Energy Transition
Funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant (DP160100255) for 2016-2019, this project explores how corporate and securities law mechanisms can be used to incentivise private sector transition to clean energy sources and business practices.
News related to the Melbourne Law School's Reconciliation and Recognition agenda.
Work, Care and Family: Revealing and Reconstituting Legal Norms
This research aimed to reveal existing legal norms, and argued to reconstitute those norms in ways more likely to further equality and better work, care and family outcomes.
Regulating Work and Workplaces: Contracting and Bargaining in Enterprises
This project examined the way that enterprises are regulated with respect to work activity, looking at various instruments of regulation, and how these are ordered or interrelate. It also looks at the content of these instruments, and what impact this has on workplace regulation and relations.
AI In the Home?: Investigating the use of digital personal assistants in Australia
Research into AI in the home led by Professor Jeannie Paterson, Co-Director Centre for AI and Digital Ethics and Professor Megan Richardson, Melbourne Law School.
Academic profile of Senior Fellow Professor Irene Calboli, Melbourne Law School
Pastor Doug Nicholls leads Aboriginal people from Lake Tyers to Parliament House in Melbourne, 23 May 1963
Pastor Doug Nicholls leads Aboriginal people from Lake Tyers to Parliament House in Melbourne, 23 May 1963 installed in room 628 of the Law School building as part of the Classroom photo mural project
Helen Anderson Publications
Published works by Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law member Professor Helen Anderson.
Offices of the Southern Jurist-Diplomat
This project engages with the problem of how jurists, and international lawyers in particular, might conduct themselves (ourselves), ethically in our times, sometimes thought of as a moment of ‘global crisis’. To do this we take up the ‘conduct of life’ tradition emerging out of sustained engagements between Indigenous jurists, feminist historians and common law jurists in Melbourne, and puts them into relation with scholarship on connected histories and new diplomatic histories.
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