5/30/2014 - Kylie Baxter
The Law School has a vibrant, varied and interdisciplinary
research culture supporting a diversity of research perspectives,
objectives and methodologies. We specialise in doctrinal analysis,
historical and theoretical studies of law, socio-legal studies,
criminological research and comparative legal analysis. As well as
advancing scholarly understanding of law, our research is used by
many non-academic bodies and has benefitted society by shaping
public policy, professional practice and public understanding of
We support a number of specialist research institutes and our
staff are active in several interdisciplinary research centres.
World class research undertaken in the Law School is used to
shape policy, inform regulatory change, stimulate public debate
and, hopefully, improve people’s lives.
Full details of the research publications produced by our staff,
including monographs, journal articles, book chapters and
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conferences, seminars and other events.
Our PhD and MPhil students research across a wide array of
topics including restorative justice, mediation, whistleblowing and