One of the principal means by which CPICL promotes its research objectives is the support of doctoral and masters research within its research areas. Currently there are 15 doctoral students working in these areas who are advised by the Fellows of the Centre. CPICL welcomes highly qualified doctoral candidates who wish to undertake advanced research in areas including constitutional law, administrative law, public and private international law, comparative law, legal philosophy, and law and economics.

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and the Master of Philosophy (MPhil) degree programs of the University are conducted under the authority of the University of Queensland Graduate School. The candidates work within the Schools of the University and their research centres which provide the facilities, resources and advisors. Find detailed information of the PhD program on our Higher Degree by Research page.