Working with us

Working with ACJI

ACJI has a strong track record of successful research partnerships with government, private sector and community organisations. We are committed to providing high quality research and evaluation services and translating and communicating our work to maximise impact and usability. Our team has experience with a range of research tasks and approaches, including:

  • evidence synthesis
  • research design
  • stakeholder consultation
  • qualitative research using interviews and focus groups
  • survey design and analysis
  • assessment and analysis of administrative data, and
  • evaluating policies and programs.

We have particular strength working in multidisciplinary teams, and have a network of collaborators at Monash University across faculties. This allows us to bring together specialist teams on projects that span fields (such as health services research, information technology, economics and design).

For more information about working with us, please contact ACJI Director A/Prof Genevieve Grant.

Student research opportunities

ACJI is home to a number of PhD students undertaking empirical research on justice innovation topics. We also provide empirical research methods training opportunities and programs for Monash staff and students within and beyond the Law Faculty.

For more information on the Expression of Interest process for PhD research, please see the Law Faculty page:

https://www.monash.edu/law/research/graduate-research/expression-of-interest-for-hdr

ACJI researchers also supervise Monash Law students engaged in undergraduate research units and Honours theses, as well as postgraduate research.

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Applications now open - Winter Vacation Research Scholarships in the Australian Centre for Justice Innovation (Monash Law)

Are you interested in research? The Australian Centre for Justice Innovation in the Law Faculty is running a Vacation Research Scholarship program in June-July 2022. This program provides law students with paid experience working with a faculty member, with recognition listed on your academic transcript. Project topics span research in law and AI, corporate law, family law, sports law and access to justice. Further details of the program and projects can be found here: ACJI Winter Vacation Scholarships. Applications close on 20 May.