History, Theory and Education
The Adelaide Law School has a distinguished heritage of research in history, theory and education.
Notable alumni include Sir John William Salmond, KC (1862–1924); Professor John Finnis and Michael Detmold. History, theory and education represent the foundation of legal studies and share a commitment to reflection, ethics and praxis. Our scholars produce leading research in each of these fields and have successfully won competitive grants to expand our impact.
Leading research projects
- Blackstone History Project
- Smart Casual Project
- Investigating the inclusion of vulnerable populations in Advance Care Planning
Our research units and groups working in this area
Interested in undertaking a postgraduate research degree with us?
We offer exciting opportunities for researchers at the honours, masters and PhD levels. Our research degrees are open to graduates of law and business graduates (with some possible further legal study required). If you are interested in law in history, theory and education, as ripe , consider furthering your research career with us.