Research centres and institutes
Grants and achievements
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Research centres, institutes and networks
Teaching and research in key areas of law
Our specialised research centres, institutes, networks and units play an important role in our research and teaching activities in a range of areas of the law.
ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society
A cross-disciplinary, national research centre that aims to create the knowledge and strategies necessary for responsible, ethical, and inclusive automated decision-making.
Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law
Discover one of Australia’s leading centres for environmental law and climate change expertise.
Centre for Asian and Pacific Law
Explore our legal expertise in a wide variety of Asian jurisdictions, including China, Japan, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Julius Stone Institute of Jurisprudence
The Institute honours and builds on Professor Julius Stone's contribution to legal theory scholarship.
Ross Parsons Centre
The Centre engages in research and inquiry into the impact of commercial, corporate and taxation law in Australia and the international community.
Sydney Institute of Criminology
Our experts are pioneering multidisciplinary and critical approaches to criminology, criminal law and criminal justice.
Sydney Centre for International Law
The Centre is a hub of expertise, thought and debate on international law in the Asia-Pacific region.
Sydney Health Law
A focal point for health law research, teaching and community engagement at Sydney Law School. The Centre builds on decades of teaching and research excellence.
University of Sydney Youth Justice Collaboration
The Collaboration aims to improve youth justice outcomes and to ultimately prevent youth crime.
Discover our research projects
Australian Hate Crime Network
Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL)