How should the law regulate shareholder activism?
This new unit is your opportunity to consolidate your understanding of corporate law by exploring the many issues raised by shareholder activism.
“A very special community”: five decades of Monash Law Clinics
Over the past five decades, Monash Law Clinics has continued to expand and evolve, but remains as committed as ever to affording the community access to justice.
Monash Law Vis Moot Reunion
Monash Law School and Deakin Law School alumni reunite after twenty years to celebrate their win in the prestigious Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.
Monash Law awarded new research grant for the sustainable future in the Indo-Pacific region
Foreign Minister Marise Payne has announced Monash University's Faculty of Law as one of the recipients of the inaugural Australia-India Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative Partnership (AIIPOIP) grants round.
Smart Contracts – How smart are they?
Rather than stressing about law keeping pace with technology, even decades-old laws can embrace the use of smart contracts.
Statement on Review of Sexual Harassment in Victorian Courts
The Faculty of Law at Monash University welcomes the recent report and recommendations of the landmark Review of Sexual Harassment in Victorian Courts.
Autonomous Robotics: Ethical Challenges and Legal Repercussions
Who is legally and ethically responsible for the actions and inactions of robots in a workplace?
Directors face greater exposure to liability for climate change risks
The standard of care required of company directors with regard to climate change “has risen and continues to rise”, according to a new legal opinion.