If you would like further information about the Government and Regulation Hub, or are interested in becoming a member, please contact Dr Dylan Lino.
The UWA Law School's Government & Regulation Hub was created with the objective of fostering research, collaboration and engagement on legal issues relevant to government, legislation and regulation. The Hub’s strength come from the broad spectrum of public law and regulatory interests of its researchers.
Hub members have interests and expertise across a range of areas including: Constitutional Law from doctrinal, theoretical, historical and comparative perspectives;
- The role of courts within Australian and comparative legal systems;
- The legislative process and statutory interpretation;
- The regulation of the not-for-profit sector and its broader interaction with government; and
- The rights of Indigenous peoples.
Download the report, Family Property Disputes involving Family Violence: A Pilot Research Project
Download The Honourable Stephen Thackray's speech notes from the Family Property Disputes Involving Family Violence – Report Launch:
For further details of the Hub's research activities, please refer to the profile pages of individual Hub members.
If you are an academic or researcher who is not based in Western Australia, the UWA Law School hosts a number of Visiting Scholars each year. The Law and Society Hub encourages applications from ‘law and society’-oriented scholars.