Impact in the Law and Research
Research that serves society.
We believe that excellent legal research should reach beyond academia to contribute to the advancement of both the law and greater society.
Monash Law conducts and supports large amounts of evidence-based and other research for the common good, for people and organisations who most need it. Our academics and students make significant contributions through public submissions and expertise-based advocacy to the public goods of community awareness-raising on matters of law and justice, and to numerous public and parliamentary, policy-making, law-making, and law reform inquiries.
Our research expertise is housed in eight key Faculty organs.
Our researchers collaborate across disciplines and universities, as well as with governments, legal professionals, and other industry and community organisations. We also undertake influential competitive grant projects and carry out contract research for community, government, and corporate partners.
Please find some of the opportunities for you to engage with Monash Law below:
A dedicated space for researching commercial law and regulatory theory.
Our feminist legal studies group focuses on how laws and policies affect women
Fostering innovative legal and conceptual approaches to shape law, practice and policy development in relation to criminal law and justice challenges locally, nationally, and globally.
Moot Court Research Platform
Ways to Engage
Named Research Centres
Monash Law’s research centres continue to bring together world leading academics working together on research and policy development facing some of the biggest issues both locally and globally.
This legacy sponsorship opportunity provides the chance to make a real change to the lives of students, academics, the law and wider community. Your name or organisation will be showcased as one which is dynamic, caring and leading for generations to come..
Establish a Professional Chair
An endowed chair has the profile and prominence to drive real change in research and outcomes in their area of expertise. By partnering with Monash Law in this capacity you will have the opportunity to contribute to meaningful research and affect real change in the community
Sponsorship of Law Phd Program
The GRIPS program provides opportunities for organisations to sponsor a Phd student working within their business on research projects that provide tangible outcomes and a direction forward for both your organisation and academia.
Nominated Professional in Residence
Sponsoring a professional in residence promotes your organisation as a thought leader in a particular area of law as well as increasing your corporate social responsibility (CSR) capabilities, by closing the loop between academia and industry we ensure we can provide targeted and concise research and teaching outcomes.