Law and Development
Effective legal frameworks and institutions are pivotal in alleviating poverty and creating a sustainable environment. Melbourne Law School’s graduate program in law and development offers a choice of subjects examining the legalisation of development, the role of international and regional actors in law reform projects, and an investigation and analysis of both international law and the ‘rule of law’ in a developmental context. Subjects take a range of practical, historical, critical, applied and theoretical perspectives. This program is ideal for those working in international development from a government, non-government or not-for-profit background.
Director of Studies
- Master of Laws
- Master of Law and Development
- Graduate Diploma in Asian Law
- Graduate Diploma in International Law
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies