Applications are open for Kathleen Fitzpatrick Visiting Fellowships in Comparative Constitutional Law in 2019

oneadmins, 19th July 2018

Professor Adrienne Stone is the holder of a Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellowship awarded by the Australian Research Council from 2016 – 2021. The purpose of the award is to establish a world-class, capacity building centre for comparative constitutional law at Melbourne Law School known as the Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law.  Further, recipients of the award are funded to […]

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University of Bristol celebrates launch of new Centre for Law at Work

oneadmins, 13th July 2018

On 28 June the University of Bristol’s Law School celebrated the formal launch of its Centre for Law at Work. Supported by internationally acclaimed academics, the Centre establishes Bristol as a centre of excellence in employment and labour law, and corporate governance. The launch celebration followed the Centre’s inaugural workshop event, Criminality at Work, the […]

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Congratulations to the OxHRH Team Members of Being Appointed Clerks at the South African Constitutional Court

oneadmins, 6th July 2018

Congratulations to OxHRH Research Director Helen Taylor on her appointment as a law clerk at the South African Constitutional Court and to OxHRH Research Associate Sanya Samtani on her appointment as a foreign law clerk for Justice Nonkosi Mhlantla at the South African Constitutional Court! Helen will be clerking for Justice Froneman from January 2019, undertaking legal research and assisting […]

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Call for Papers Young Scholars Forum Melbourne Institute of Comparative Constitutional Law

oneadmins, 5th July 2018

The Melbourne Institute of Comparative Constitutional Law (Institute) is an initiative of the Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law, which is the program funded by the Australian Research Council for 2017-2022 which will convene annually in Melbourne for five years. The Laureate Program is based at Melbourne Law School which is also home to a large group of comparative constitutional law scholars […]

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