The Harold Ford Memorial Lecture
The Harold Ford Memorial Lecture celebrates the many contributions of Professor Ford to Melbourne Law School, the legal profession, and to the development of corporate law and trusts law. The inaugural lecture was held in 2013 and hosted by the Centre for Corporate Law. Details of upcoming lectures, and recordings of past lectures, can be found here.
Academic profile of Dr Amanda Porter, Melbourne Law School
'The Presumption of Innocence' Online Experts Workshop
Friday 24 July, 2020
Find out about the aims and objectives of the Electoral Regulation Research Network
Current and past events hosted or attended by members of Health, Law and Emerging Technologies team.
Academic profile of Professor Farrah Ahmed, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Lisa Sarmas, Melbourne Law School
Recording: Growing regenerative agriculture: pathways and potential for scaling up
There is a surge of interest in regenerative agriculture, but as the cliché goes, will it scale? A panel of experts and practitioners explored answers at a recent seminar. View recording here.This event was the second seminar of the Sustainable Food System seminar series and is co-hosted by Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law at Melbourne Law School and the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute.There is a surge of interest in regenerative agriculture, but as the cliché goes, will it scale? A panel of experts and practitioners explored answers at a recent seminar.
Shining a light on the global human rights challenge of statelessness
The Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness at Melbourne Law School is making a big impact on the global effort to reduce statelessness and protect the rights of stateless people in Australia and around the world.
The Transformation of Equitable Tracing
Presented by Dr Derek Whayman, Newcastle University, United KingdomTrust and fiduciary law describes and justifies tracing better that seeing it as a process supporting a property claim absent aspects... 26 Sep 2019 1:00 pm - 26 Sep 2019 2:00 pm
Laureate Program in International Law
The Laureate Program in International Law at Melbourne Law School was funded by the Australian Research Council's Laureate Fellowship scheme from 2015 to 2020, and led by Professor Anne Orford.
Health Law and Ethics Network members with research expertise in children's health, including treatment for gender dysphoria, treatment decision for critically ill infants, and male/female circumcision
Support in Teaching and Learning
Teaching and learning support offered to Indigenous students
Academic profile of Associate Professor Ying Liew, Melbourne Law School
Study at MLS
Study options at Melbourne Law School for current and prospective Indigenous students
Addressing Age Discrimination in Employment
While demographic ageing necessitates extending working lives, few have questioned the effectiveness of Australian age discrimination laws in supporting this ambition.
Graduate Diploma in Employment and Labour Relations Law
The Graduate Diploma in Employment and Labour Relations Law is part of the world-renowned Melbourne Law Masters program, exploring laws governing the workplace and labour force.
Academic profile of Professor Michael Crommelin, Zelman Cowan Professor of Law, Melbourne Law School
Personal Insolvency Project
This project entails an in-depth study of the relationship between financial stress and Australian personal insolvency laws in order to evaluate the effectiveness of these laws in practice. Major surveys of financial counsellors, consumer solicitors, consumer advocates and their clients will reveal how Australians respond to financial stress within the framework of Australia's personal insolvency laws, allowing for a detailed evaluation of that framework.
Indigenous Students and the MLM
Find out about the Melbourne Law Masters for Indigenous students
Australia's Rivers are Ancestral Beings
Rivers around the world are now recognised by law as legal persons and living entities. Here in Australia, our rivers can be understood as ‘ancestral beings’ under Indigenous laws.Pursuit article: AUSTRALIA’S RIVERS ARE ANCESTRAL BEINGS
The Legal Professions Research Network's work is broadly organised around three key thematic areas. These themes both reflect individual research interests across the Network and particularly inform the strategic direction and collaborative research priorities of the Legal Professions Research Network.
Financial Hardship Project
The Financial Hardship Project is an initiative of the Centre for Corporate Law. The project is the first in-depth study of the practical operation of Australia's financial hardship laws.
Academic profile of Professor Anna Chapman, Melbourne Law School
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