Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies (CCCS)

The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies (CCCS) is one of the Law School's specialist research centres and was established in the Faculty of Law in 1987. The CCCS undertakes and promotes research on the constitutional law and government of Australia and of other countries and has had a long-time specialist interest in the theory and practice of Australian and comparative federalism and intergovernmental relations. The CCCS provides a focal point for scholars and practitioners interested in these areas. It has an extensive network of contacts with shared interests, in Australia and globally; it hosts a vibrant visitors program; and it organises a wide range of seminars and conferences on constitutional issues throughout the year, many of which are connected with aspects of federalism.

University of Melbourne


Prof. Adrienne Stone

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Contact number: +61-3-8344-1011
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Melbourne Law School
The University of Melbourne
Melbourne – Victoria – 3010 – Australia

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