Professional Opportunities and External Funding
Professional opportunities for Indigenous students
The Desirability and Feasibility of Convenience Voting in Australia Project
This Electoral Regulation Research Network research project used a mixed method research design to explore how voters, legislators and electoral commissions perceive the challenges presented by the extension of convenience voting – both in terms of its growing use among electors and the liberalisation of its forms.
Current Research Projects
An overview of the interrelated research projects currently being undertaken by members of the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law.
Academic profile of Dr Megan Prictor, Melbourne Law School
Associates and Teaching Associates
Current Associates and Teaching Associates working at the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law.
Reforming Not-for-Profit Regulation Project
This collaborative project examined the appropriateness of existing corporate legal frameworks as they apply to not-for-profit (NFP) companies. It challenged the application of laws designed for companies with profit making objectives to NFP organisations. The project considered the issues of reporting and accountability to NFP stakeholders and how these stakeholders (and their needs) differ from those of stakeholders in 'for-profit' companies.
Academic profile of Dr Inbar Levy, Melbourne Law School
Melbourne Law School is committed to building and supporting responsible relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians and between their respective laws and legal traditions. The MLS Indigenous website features study options, activities, events and news that aim to support the reconciliation and recognition objectives of the Law School.
Australian Climate Change Litigation Database
This is the first comprehensive Database of Australian case law relating to climate change.
Submission guidelines for the Electoral Regulation Research Network and Democratic Audit of Australia working paper series
Academic profile of Ms Judith Marychurch, Melbourne Law School
Centre for Media and Communications Law
The Centre for Media and Communications Law (CMCL) provides research, discussion and teaching of all aspects of media & communications law & policy
The Institute for International Law and the Humanities maintains connections with a range of like-minded research institutes and organisations from around the world.
The Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia staff, and faculty members associated with the centre and institute, teach in the degree programs of Melbourne Law School and supervise graduate researchers.
What we research
The ongoing research projects from the CAIDE cross-disciplinary team.
Corporate governance and workplace partnerships project
The Corporate Governance and Workplace Partnerships Project will examine the interaction between several key factors in the creation and sustainability of 'Partnerships at Work'. The project proposes to discover how these various factors (particular employment systems, forms of corporate governance and ownership structures) have interacted so as to give rise to — or fail to give rise to — 'high performance' partnership-style relations at work.
Health Law and Ethics Network members with research expertise in reproductive health.
Devising a Legal Blueprint for Corporate Energy Transition
A project by Professor Jacqueline Peel, Professor Hari Osofsky and Professor Brett McDonnell.
Contractual Interpretation in English and French Law
Presented by Associate Professor Solène Rowan, Australian National UniversityContract interpretation is at the core of commercial litigation in England. Yet there has been relatively little comparativ... 7 Nov 2019 5:30 pm - 7 Nov 2019 7:00 pm
Research paper: Stressors and Supports in Post-disaster Recovery: Experiences After the Black Saturday Bushfires
Researchers report survey responses from the Beyond Bushfires study finding that the four most useful supports were family, friends, rebuilding resources, and their community.
Tax Research Seminars Online
The tax research seminar online series hosted by the Melbourne Law School, aimed to provide a regular and congenial forum for presentation and discussion of new academic tax law, policy and theory research by colleagues in Australia, New Zealand and the region.
The Centre for AI and Digital Ethics is a research centre at the University of Melbourne that harnesses the combined expertise of researchers from Melbourne Law School, the faculties of Engineering and IT, Science and Arts to bring a cross-disciplinary perspective to the challenges of new technologies.
Academic profile of Associate Professor William Partlett, Melbourne Law School
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