Our research centres and institutes play an important and influential role in the research and teaching of specialised areas of the law.
Discover one of Australia’s leading centres for environmental law and climate change expertise.
The Australian Hate Crime Network (AHCN) is a partnership composed of three sectors of society: academics, representatives of NGOs from minority communities, and people from relevant government organisations.
Our experts are pioneering a multidisciplinary, critical approach to criminology, criminal law and criminal justice.
Explore our legal expertise in a wide variety of Asian jurisdictions, including China, Japan, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Our reputable thinktank underpins and informs public debate about proposals for constitutional reform in Australia.
The Ross Parsons Centre engages in research and inquiry into the impact of commercial, corporate and taxation law in Australia and the international community.
The Sydney Centre for International Law is a hub of international legal thought and debate in the Asia-Pacific region.
Sydney Health Law is the focal point for health law research, teaching and community engagement at Sydney Law School. It builds on two decades of excellence in teaching and research across all areas of health law.
Sydney Law School is home to world-class scholars and researchers directly and indirectly working on crime and criminal justice issues.
The core aim of ANJeL is to promote scholarly engagement with Japanese law, especially in Australia.
The institute was formed in honour and recognition of Professor Julius Stone's outstanding contribution to legal scholarship.