Labour Regulation in East Asia: China
Many developing countries have labour laws that, on paper, are comprehensive and reflect international standards. However, these laws are often widely ignored. This project investigated the reasons for these implementation failures.
A group of Aboriginal men at Coranderrk Station, Healesville
A group of Aboriginal men at Coranderrk Station, Healesville, installed in Room 224 of the Law School building as part of the Classroom photo mural project
Published works by Centre of Employment and Labour Relations Law members, including books, academic journal articles, chapters and opinion pieces.
Copyright and Cultural Institutions: Guidelines for Digitisations
One of the major elements of the Centre for Media and Communications Law and Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia research project, Copyright and Cultural Institutions: Digitising Collections in Public Museums, Galleries and Libraries, has been the development of guidelines for digitisation specifically written for the sector by Peter Hirtle, Emily Hudson and Andrew Kenyon.
The members of the Institute for International Law and the Humanities produce a huge range of research publications every year. Here can be found a small sample of the Institute's research.
Academic profile of Associate Professor Andrew Roberts, Melbourne Law School
Asian Law Centre academic staff teach in both the Melbourne JD and Melbourne Law Masters programs, and supervise Graduate Research Students.
Academic profile of Associate Professor Chantel Morton, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Professor Eric Descheemaeker, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Dr Paula O'Brien, Melbourne Law School
News and Events
The Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society runs numerous events throughout the year, many of them open to the public. Click through to see forthcoming or past events and also for our news items.
Enhancing Local Government Democracy: City of Melbourne Project
The Electoral Regulation Research Network project focused on the nature of local government democracy in the City of Melbourne. It aims to investigate the relationships that operate between the City of Melbourne and the wide range of people and organisations that use its facilities and services – residents, businesses, workers, commuters, shoppers ad others.
Tess Hardy Publications
Published works by Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law member Dr Tess Hardy.
Dollars and Democracy: The Dynamics of Australian Political Finance and its Regulation
Providing a foundation for meeting the complex challenge of realising democratic principles given the various flows of money in politics, this project analysed reform recommendations to better advance the democratic functions of parties; the principles of transparency, equality and liberty; and the prevention of corruption and its perception.
Academic profile of Professor Miranda Stewart, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Senior Fellow Carol Andrades, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Professor Andrew Kenyon, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Dr. Lael Weis, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Emeritus Professor Michael Bryan, Melbourne Law School
Unconscionable conduct and the ‘bookup’ system of credit provided to the Indigenous community in the remote APY lands in South Australia: ASIC v Kobelt
Evening Lecture co-hosted with the Centre for Corporate LawSpeakers: Mr Nathan Boyle (CEO, Icon), Mr Gerard Brody (CEO, Consumer Action Law Centre), Dr Michelle Sharpe (Barrister, Vic... 10 Jul 2019 6:30 pm - 10 Jul 2019 7:45 pm
Academic profile of Ms Katie Robertson, Melbourne Law School
Employee Share Ownership Plans: Current Practice and Regulatory Reform
The 'Employee Share Ownership Plans: Current Practice and Regulatory Reform' project is a joint initiative of the Centre for Corporate Law, the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law and The Tax Group.
New Resource! We are excited to offer a collection of Factsheets for those wanting to learn more about statelessness and related issues.
Health, Law and Emerging Technologies
Health, Law and Emerging Technologies focus on the legal and regulatory frameworks for new health technologies – like genomics, stem cell research, gene editing and digital health. The team work closely with Oxford-based Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies (HeLEX@Oxford) and interact with the broader Melbourne Law School Health Law and Ethics Network (HLEN).
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