Research Centres and Institutes
Melbourne Law School is host to 17 research centres, institutes and groups that span the spectrum of legal endeavour and provide many opportunities for students to engage with experts and leaders in all areas of the law. Graduate students and others are encouraged to participate in the teaching and research programs, and to use the research centres, institutes and groups as a resource to pursue their own particular research interests.
In addition to teaching and research programs, the centres, institutes and groups regularly arrange international and national conferences, seminars, interest group discussions, and in-house programs on leading-edge topics. While academics from within the Melbourne Law School are key contributors to these activities, the centres benefit in their activities from the extensive involvement of a variety of experts and leading practitioners drawn from relevant industries, professions, investment institutions, governments and universities in Australia and overseas.
The specialist research centres and institutes are: