The broad research objectives of the Law Faculty are:
The Law Faculty has a very active research program, and is one of the highest ranked faculties in the country in terms of research publications per staff. Research performance measured in high output is central to the achievement of the Law Faculty’s mission. This is reflected in the number of scholarly books and refereed journal articles produced by Law Faculty staff.
The research activity of the Law Faculty is fostered by the presence of two specific centres of legal scholarship:
In addition to these centres, the Law Faculty has particular expertise in the general areas of medical law and ethics, property law, international law, corporations law, and equity & trusts. Individual researchers and scholars within the Law Faculty have produced leading texts on the law of evidence and procedure, succession law, juvenile justice, family law, sentencing, equity & trusts, charity law, legal ethics, agency and costs.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Law
19 March, 2013