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Global corporate crime expert joins Monash University

Corporate crime expert Professor Liz Campbell will join the Faculty of Law at Monash University as the inaugural Francine McNiff Chair of Criminal Jurisprudence.

A.I. judges: "It's here, it's happening," says former Chief Justice

Four leading thinkers preview the next decade of technological and social advances in our professions at 2030: Your Future, Reimagined, held on International Women's Day.

Dr Sarah Krasnostein wins Australia’s biggest literary prize

Monash Law graduate Dr Sarah Krasnostein has won the top $100,000 prize at the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards for her debut novel The Trauma Cleaner.

Take a 3D tour of our new on-campus courtroom

Monash Law's new moot court is a state of the art multi-functional facility.

Completed in 2017, the $3.9 million multi-functional courtroom is part of an ongoing $16 million capital investment project on the David Derham School of

Law professor's new ABC radio show

Kate Seear's footy-themed show The Outer Sanctum will air throughout the 2018 AFLW season.

Monash Law students' outstanding result in Japanese negotiation competition

Team Australia finished in 2nd place in the negotiation and arbitration competition in Tokyo, described by team member Mark Watson as "one of the most challenging and fulfilling experiences I have had in university life."

Two Monash Law graduates head to UC Berkeley as 2018 John Monash Scholars

Monash Law graduate Amy Burton joins James Campbell as a John Monash Scholar. The prestigious award will take both young leaders to UC Berkeley to study a Masters of Law.

Future leader secures prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship

James Barklamb has been awarded a place in the prestigious Schwarzman Scholars program, one of the most competitive fellowships in the world.

Monash Law student heads to UC Berkeley as 2018 Victorian John Monash Scholar

“At such a critical time for public conversations about rights, liberties and the institutions of democracy, there will be a lot to learn at Berkeley both in the classroom and beyond,” says James Campbell, John Monash Scholar.