Our research groups are characterised by having well established links and collaboration with industry and external organisations; and demonstrating tangible impact on society and the broader community.
The only specialist centre providing free legal and migration services to people who have experienced or are at risk of modern slavery in Australia.
A joint facility of UTS and UNSW Faculties of Law improving access to justice through access to legal information.
Explores and develops responses to the dramatic and ongoing movements wrought by digital disruption to the media industry, the role of journalism in Australian democracy and the world more widely, and the business models that support a diverse and prosperous industry.
Pursues health justice for vulnerable and disadvantaged populations through the use of empirically grounded research methods and cross-disciplinary forms of knowledge and collaborations to directly inform legal change.
Areas of Research Excellence
Examines the ways in which cultural and historical perspectives give insight into legal issues.
Our Research Clusters are groupings of researchers who are actively engaged in a particular theme of legal research.
- Criminal Justice
- Legal Education
- International Law
- Private Law
- Feminist Legal Research
- Migration and Labour Law
- Technology and Intellectual Property