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Prosecco Legislation Investigated in Government Funded Study

As the European Union (EU) takes steps to protect Italian wine producers from international competition, Monash University researchers have received a Federal Government grant to clarify the legal basis for protecting geographic indications for

Lecture: Back to the Future - Cybercrime's lessons from the past by Professor Jonathan Clough

Presented at Monash Law Chambers as part of the Monash Law Thought Leadership Series.

Watch online now.

Professor Jennifer Hill joins Monash Law as Bob Baxt AO Chair in Corporate and Commercial Law

Professor Hill is one of the most respected academics in the areas of corporate law and governance in Australia and internationally.

Court of Appeal hears real criminal case in moot court

The criminal appeal was the first time in its 167-year history that the Court has sat at a university.

Vale Emeritus Professor (Peter) Louis Waller AO

Professor Waller earned great admiration amongst his colleagues, students and the broader community that he served. Monash Law owes much of its character to Professor Waller.

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Will you change the future of legal tech at the Global Legal Hackathon?

Is there a problem in the legal industry that requires a tech solution? Join the Global Legal Hackathon at Monash Law (22-24 February) and you can be part of the fix.

Smart contracts

Will smart contracts disrupt the legal industry?

Smart contracts are great for reducing operational risk. However, like all disruptive technologies, there are a number of hurdles before it's widely adopted, writes Monash Law student Dick Ting.

Why there should be no room in the law for celebrants to discriminate on same-sex marriage

Marriage celebrants are looking forward to Australia’s busiest-ever wedding season, but not all marriages will be equal, writes Dr Becky Batagol.