Research

Promoting research, study and scholarship nationally and internationally

The Institute brings together academic researchers, students, judges and legal practitioners from diverse backgrounds, enabling important opportunities for cross-fertilisation and has leadership involvement in strong networks both discipline-based and spanning geographical and jurisdictional differences.

Featured Publication

LATEST ISSUE: 102 (Summer 2015)

Amicus Curiae
Amicus Curiae is the official journal of both the Society for Advanced Legal Studies and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. The name Amicus Curiae - friend of the court - gives emphasis to our desire to promote legal research and scholarship which is relevant to and supportive of the administration of justice.
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Featured Research Centre

The Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Studies specialises in teaching and research in the field of legislative drafting, law reform and law and language. The Centre plays a very important role in the development of legislative drafting as an academic discipline worthy of specialised study. Activities include:

  • Advanced Legislative Studies LLM
  • Law reform project
  • Legislation and language project
  • Legislative drafting professional summer course
  • Urban law project
Page last updated: 3rd August 2016