About the Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies (CLARS)
The Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies (CLARS) fosters innovative research and teaching in commercial law and regulatory theory and practice.
CLARS has two major related research program areas that represent core units: Commercial Law and Practice and Regulatory Theory and Practice. It also consists of seven research and teaching groups:
The centre's key activities are research, teaching, public education and consultancy work. It also hosts visiting national and international scholars and presents seminars and continuing professional development.
CLARS brings together a multidisciplinary approach to address and identify key issues in commercial law and regulatory practice.