Colin Campbell



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Personal profile


Colin Campbell holds a Masters degrees in law from the Universities of Melbourne and Cambridge, and a PhD in law from the University of Cambridge.

Formerly a solicitor and a judge's associate, Colin's main research interests lie in the areas of Administrative Law, Regulatory Law, especially the law relating to the regulation of privatized bodies, and Anti-discrimination Law.

The topic of Colin's doctoral thesis was 'The Conception of Public Power in Judicial Review'. The thesis examined, amongst other things, the inter-relationship between the law of judicial review and competition law.

Colin has published a number of journal articles in highly regarded overseas and Australian law journals.

A selection of Colin's publications is available on-line at:

Areas of Expertise

Administrative Law

Anti-discrimination Law

Constitutional Law

Competition Law

Regulatory Law


Research interests

Administrative Law and Regulation

Anti-Discrimination Law

Constitutional Law


Monash teaching commitment

LAW4331 Administrative law SEM2/T3

LAW5427 Freedom of Speech - Law theory and practice SEM2/T3



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