Corporate Law, Organisation and Litigation Research Group
The Corporate Law, Organisation and Litigation (CLOL) Research Group focuses on collaborative research in the areas of corporate law, regulation and ASIC Law, corporate accountability, organisational and governance theory and litigation, dispute resolution and access to justice (and more).
Our aim is to undertake cross-disciplinary research drawing on the expertise of Monash researchers and external institutions and industry partners across the fields of law, economics, management, marketing, banking and finance and accounting to develop research that builds scholarly knowledge in the field and contributes to legal, governance and policy debate. We employ a number of mechanisms to achieve this including:
- Development of research projects with Monash and external partners, such as business groups, government agencies, legal firms, and other academic institutions
- Delivery of conferences, seminars and workshops for researchers and the wider public
- Publishing of research in journals, books, working papers and in the media
- Provision of a platform for obtaining competitive research grants and industry support for research
- Attraction of quality domestic and international graduate research students who can contribute to our research initiatives
- Dissemination of knowledge and research into the wider community.
Members in the media
Our members regularly feature in the media discussing important issues ranging from corporate law and governance to civil remedies and class actions.
Our researchers publish in a wide range of national and international publications, and regularly contribute to public commentary on key law issues.
We conduct world-leading research on a wide range of law and business topics using a range of traditional legal, empirical legal, comparative and interdisciplinary methods.
Conferences, seminars and events
We host and participate in a range of workshops, seminars and conferences to further enhance our research program and networks.