Research seminars

The School hosts interdisciplinary seminars that include the Business Society and Law series, Asia@RMIT and the Qualitative Interest Group.

Business Society and Law Seminar Series

The Business Society and Law Seminar Series are public seminars that consider issues of business and law in a social and cultural context.

GSBL Research Seminars

This is a fortnightly seminar series where researchers in the School present their work, keeping in mind the multidisciplinary nature of the School.

Qualitative Interest Group

The Qualitative Research Group is an informal and supportive discussion group that meets monthly, convened by Adjunct Professor Lyn Richards. The meetings are held at lunchtime (lunch provided) on the first Tuesday of every month at the Graduate School of Business Law. All interested in qualitative research issues are welcome to attend. No need to RSVP but if you wish to be added to the email list for this group, please email Lyn Richards (link to Lyn Richards email, with brief details of your research and your location, and your email address in the text of the message.


The seminar series is part of an initiative by RMIT Business and Graduate School of Business and Law to bring together researchers from various disciplines, both staff and postgraduate students, to discuss research being conducted with a focus on Asia.

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