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Centre for Media and Communications Law

University of Melbourne

The Centre for Media and Communications Law (CMCL) is a centre for the research, discussion and teaching of all aspects of media and communications law and policy.

The CMCL undertakes large-scale research projects; holds public seminars about legal and regulatory developments; supports research visits from Australian and international academics, lawyers and policy makers; and supervises undergraduate and graduate teaching and research in media and communications law.

The CMCL has a team of d irectors from the Law School, as well as associates from across the University of Melbourne and research staff . It is assisted by an Advisory Board representing a wide variety of expertise in the media and communications industries and legal practices, and receives support from the Faculty of Law as well as external sponsors and research partners. The centre director, Associate Professor Andrew Kenyon, is the editor of the Media & Arts Law Review, an international refereed journal.



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