Faculty of Law research profiles

Faculty of Law Research

Bond Law has a well-established reputation for innovative and internationally focused research into diverse aspects of law and related disciplines. Bond Law’s academics have headed ground-breaking legal challenges and court appeals, both here in Australia and on an international scale.

Our Research Groups include:

Research Newsletter

Welcome to the Faculty of Law's Research newsletter. In this newsletter you can read about the latest publications and activities by the academics within the Faculty; some examples of the many ways in which work by our academics is engaging and having an impact upon the legal profession, our legal system and the wider community; the latest achievements by our HDR students, our research centres and our research networks; and some upcoming research events and opportunities. Enjoy!

Research Events

The purpose of the Faculty of Law Twilight Seminar Series is to celebrate and disseminate the world-class expertise of our researchers, honorary adjunct professors and visiting scholars. It provides the context for staff, students, and the broader community to engage with leading minds and stimulating topics. These events are free of charge and everybody is welcome to attend.

Twilight Seminar

‘Lawyers in Every Corner of Society?: A Progress Report’
by Professor Daniel H. Foote (University of Washington, University of Tokyo)

Monday, 3 December, 2018, 5:30-7pm
Everybody is welcome to attend (staff, students, visitors) Read more

Past Twilight Seminars

Twilight #8 2018 Professor Lee Bygrave
'Taming Algorithms: The Probable Impact of EU Data Privacy Law on Automated Decision Making' (https://lcs.bond.edu.au/Mediasite/Play/42429812a70c411da809a7c8aa45e6b01...)

Twilight #7 2018 Neil Sahota/Lawcadia/Margaret Thornton
'Uberising Law: the Transformation of Law and Legal Practice'

Higher Degree by Research

Faculty of Law HDR Students