Prestigious fellowships awarded to Monash Law researchers
The fellowships enable important research into automated government decision-making, access to justice for unrepresented accused persons, and climate mobility.
The One and Only: a Tribute to Louis Waller
We remember Emeritus Professor Louis Waller AO not just for his achievements but the positive influence he had on so many of us.
Monash Law School students come runners up in Vis international mooting competition
Our Monash Law students have once again proven their legal prowess by scoring an array of awards, and advancing far into the finals rounds — including as grand finalists and first runners up in the Vis East moot, and in the top 5% of teams
In Memory of Professor Ann Monotti
We are saddened by the death of our esteemed academic colleague and friend Professor Ann Monotti, who was a highly admired teacher and scholar Monash University for more than 30 years.
Monash Law students win 2022 Ian Fletcher International Insolvency Moot
The team from Monash University is the first Australian team to win the Fletcher Moot since its inception.
Facebook and the Age of Algorithm Outrage
Facebook's favouring of hate and outrage may amount to “unconscionable conduct” under Australian Consumer Law.
Matters and crises of conscience in contemporary commercial lawyering
Commercial courts, regulators and lawyers, and their business clients, must adjust to a new and emerging reality, writes Professor Bryan Horrigan.
Research at Monash Law goes from strength to strength
2021 has been a big year for research output and funding, and a record number of PhD applications, writes Professor Andrew Mitchell.