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.
Private Profits from Prison Labour
The research in this project was completed during 2003. It examined the legal regulation of the work done by prisoners in Australia and internationally, from the point of view of labour law, and in particular from the point of view of ILO Convention 29 concerning forced labour.
Happy Lunar New Year 2022
Members of the Asian Law Centre wish you and your families a Happy Lunar New Year. We hope the Year of the Tiger is full of good health, happiness and prosperity.
Academic profile of Professor Eric Descheemaeker, Melbourne Law School
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.
As part of Melbourne Design Week, CAIDE presents Discriminatory Algorithms, with Professor Tim Miller and Dr Marc Cheong on Monday 21st March at 12pm
Academic profile of Professor Andrew Kenyon, Melbourne Law School
Submission guidelines for the Electoral Regulation Research Network and Democratic Audit of Australia working paper series
Graduate Research Supervision
The Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law and its members are active in encouraging and supervising the work of students working towards a research higher degree.
Tax Group carry out a range of tax research projects with a technical and a policy focus and contribute actively to public debate on tax reform. Listed here are some of the significant research projects, some funded by external grants and many of a collaborative and interdisciplinary nature.
The Statelessness Hallmark Research Initiative runs a Seed Funding scheme annually, fostering interdisciplinary research collaboration.
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 July 2019 6:30 pm - 10 July 2019 7:45 pm
The Tax Group is offering intensive and semester-long subjects, in a rich and diverse program taught by experts on faculty and among our leading Senior Fellows.
Health and Human Rights
Health Law and Ethics Network members with research expertise in health and human rights.
The Asian Law Centre publishes an Annual Report of its activities each year.
Academic profile of Ms Judith Marychurch, Melbourne Law School
Newsletter - August 2021
Members of the Health Law and Ethics Network.
Academic members of the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law.
Reflections on the Legacy of Sir Gerard Brennan to Australian Public Law
Sir Gerard Brennan AC KBE made an enormous contribution to Australian public law. As the first President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, he was a pioneer in Australian administrative law. As Justice and later Chief Justice of the High Court, his decisions shaped many areas of law so as to uphold the most important values underling the Australian legal system: justice, the dignity of the individual, and equality before the law.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.
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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