About research

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Professor Mark Davison, Associate Dean (Research)

The Faculty of Law at Monash University has a strong commitment to diverse and innovative forms of high-quality and cross-disciplinary legal research that has governmental, professional, and social impact. As a member of the Group of Eight research-intensive universities, the Faculty has a vibrant research culture supported by research centres and other groups. Members of the Faculty continue to produce influential research that is doctrinal, theoretical, and law reform oriented and which attracts funding from a variety of sources.

There are three research and teaching centres: the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, the Australian Centre for Justice Innovation (ACJI) and the Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies.

Top students together with academic staff are involved in the publication of the peer-reviewed journal, the Monash University Law Review.