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Can Robots Really be Companions for Older Adults?
Dr Simon Coghlan and Dr Jenny Waycott discuss the perspectives of elderly people on the use of social robots to combat social isolation in their community.
Bougainville referendum and beyond
In 2019 the National Research Institute of Papua New Guinea and the Constitutional Transformation Network prepared two studies to inform leaders in Bougainville and PNG on the future governance of Bougainville.
Academic profile of Senior Fellow Dr Marie Bismark, Melbourne Law School
Major Research Projects
View current and past major research projects conducted by the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies, Melbourne Law School.
Adil Hasan Khan
Academic profile of Dr Adil Hasan Khan, Melbourne Law School
Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law
The Centre for Employment and Labour Relations aims to contribute to the development of labour and employment law throughout Australia and the world.
The Laureate Visiting Fellowships in Constitutional Law offers outstanding female doctoral and female early career researchers the opportunity to participate in an intensive mentoring program relative to the Laureate Program with Professor Adrienne Stone, ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellow, for up to two months; and includes involvement in events, workshops, and conferences.
Choice blasts Airbnb for using ‘secretive algorithm’ that judges if users are ‘trustworthy’
Professor Jeannie Paterson and Dr Marc Cheong spoke to The New Daily about Choice findings that Airbnb is using an algorithm to decide the trustworthiness of its users.
Read recent and past news relating to the Law School's Reconciliation and Recognition agenda
Presented by Professor Paul Davies, University College London, United KingdomIt is often said that the courts will not save parties from bad bargains: as Lord Nottingham observed, even “the Chan... 25 July 2019 6:30 pm - 25 July 2019 7:30 pm
Asian Law Centre
The Asian Law Centre (ALC) is the first and largest Australian centre devoted to the development of our understanding of Asia law and legal systems.
IPRIA Advisory Board
The Advisory Board represents the key external stakeholders in Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia.
Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia
The Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) was established in March 2002 as an initiative of IP Australia. IPRIA was established to increase the understanding, creation, use and exploitation of intellectual property by Australian organisations and individuals. Today, it is a leading network of scholars that works closely with industry and government on issues critical to all varieties of IP rights, creativity and innovation.
Foreign Judges: National courts, transnational connections
As part of the Global Public Law Seminar Series, the CCCS will host a panel discussion on the phenomenon of foreign judging. Panellists from a variety of jurisdictions will discuss forces behind the transnational movement of judges; its effect in the jurisdictions that use foreign judges and those that provide them; and the implications of the use of foreign judges for constitutional adjudication, judicial independence and the role that courts play in their domestic and international contexts.For this seminar and to mark the launch of the book, Professor Tierney will be joined by five leading scholars of federalism from across the world to explore the important ideas developed in this new work. All are welcome to join this discussion, with Professor Eva Maria Belser, Professor Peter Niesen, Professor Nicholas Aroney, Dr Asanga Welikala and Professor Cheryl Saunders to reflect on federalism, constitutionalism and the state in the 21st century.
Creating New Codes: How can art explore digital ethics?
As part of Melbourne Design Week, CAIDE's Art, AI and Digital Ethics research stream present Creating New Codes: How can art explore digital ethics?
This project, hosted by the McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellowship and Institute for International Law and the Humanities, is focused on encounters between juridical, political and cultural narratives in the context of climate change.
Academic profile of Professor John Howe, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Associate Professor Andrew Godwin, Melbourne Law School
Academic profile of Dr Brad Jessup, Melbourne Law School
Watch: "Recognising Personhood" Launch of Special Issue in Griffith Law Review
Recording of the "Recognising Personhood" Launch of Special Issue in Griffith Law Review, 3 March 2022
Watch: New rights to know: data access in the context of automated decision-making
Re-visit Professor Frank Pasquale (Brooklyn Law School) talk with Susie Sheldrick (PhD candidate at CAIDE) about the right to access information in an automated decision-making context.This event was held online on 19 July 2022 and was co-hosted with the Centre for AI and Digital EthicsWatch a recording 'New rights to know: data access in the context of automated decision-making' presented by Prof Frank Pasquale on 19 July 2022
News and Events
View news items, current and past events hosted by the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia.
Listen: Ep 4 Veins of the Planet, Climate Frequencies
Climate Frequencies is a new podcast series, by BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, that listens to the climate emergency and its reverberations through the ears of artists, thinkers and activists.BALTIC Podcast featuring Erin O'Donnell, Carolina Caycedo and Alexis Pauline Gumbs