Australia and the International Court of Justice
This research project on Australia and the International Court of Justice is funded by the Australian Research Council’s Discovery grant scheme. The aim of the project is to identify and assess the place of adjudication in international affairs, focussing on the experience of a particular country - Australia - and a particular institution - the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
A list of past monograph series, including those published by the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law and co-published with Federation Press.
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.
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.
Researchers construct oldest daily climate dataset for Perth
CLEX researchers have constructed the oldest daily historical climate dataset for Perth in south-western Australia to provide an extended record for analysing pre‐industrial climate variability and extremes for the region.
Academic profile of Professor Eric Descheemaeker, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Cally Jordan, Melbourne Law School
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
Academic profile of Dr Paula O'Brien, 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.
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.
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.
Academic profile of Senior Fellow the Hon Justice Christopher Beale, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Professor Andrew Kenyon, Melbourne Law School
Implications of Changes to Voting in Australia Project
This research project report was prompted by the increasing numbers of voters in Australia who are ‘convenience voting’ in one way or another.
Academic profile of Ms Katie Robertson, Melbourne Law School
The Obligations Group support research and scholarly discussion on the law of obligations, such as law of contract, tort, remedies and private law theory.
Academic members of the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law.
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.
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).
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.
The Asian Law Centre publishes an Annual Report of its activities each year.
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