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Faculty of Law research profile

Bond Law has a well-established reputation for innovative and internationally focused research into diverse aspects of law and related disciplines. The Faculty has particular research strengths in the following areas:

  • Business and commercial law
  • Comparative law
  • Dispute resolution
  • International trade and investment law
  • Legal education
  • Law and technology

University Research Centres

Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLE)

A community of legal educators, researchers, practitioners and administrators who collaborate in defining, understanding and promoting best practice in the teaching of law.

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Faculty of Law Research Teams

Technology and Jurisdiction Research Team

The Technology and Jurisdiction Research Team (TJRT) considers issues that arise at the intersection between law and emerging technologies.

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Canadian Law, Policy, and Practice Research

The Canadian Law, Policy, and Practice (CLPP) research team aims to develop, enhance and promote the Faculty’s research strengths in Canadian law by facilitating scholarly collaboration, research presentations and publication outcomes.

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Dispute Resolution Legal Research Team

The Dispute Resolution Legal Research Team make critical contributions to Bond’s sustained reputation for excellence in dispute resolution through their scholarly publications.

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Centre for Commercial Law

The key objectives of the Centre include providing a Centre of excellence for research, teaching, seminars, conferences, colloquia and publications in the area of commercial law. The research and publications areas of the Centre are extensive.

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Our researchers and supervisors

Research journals

The Faculty of Law manages the publication of a number of law journals within a diverse range of research disciplines. They have an international focus and are circulated to law libraries and legal and accounting practitioners throughout the world. All journals are double-blind peer reviewed by experts in the field. Bond Law staff also sit on the Editorial Boards of several other law journals in a variety of jurisdictions, including the United Kingdom, Malaysia and New Zealand.

All journals are open access with articles published and made available at no cost to the author or the reader under a Non Commercial No Derivatives (CC BY-NC-ND) Creative Commons license. Submissions are open year round with publication on a rolling basis.

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Higher degree research (HDR) programs

If you wish to find out more information about the Higher Degree by Research programs, please contact us at [email protected]

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