Data Science and the need for collective law and ethics
Dr Jake Goldenfein (MLS) and Dr Sebastian Benthall (NYU) present their research on ‘Data science and the need for collective law and ethics’ in this event, co-hosted by The Centre for AI and Digital Ethics and the HMI project from the Australian National University.
Academic profile of Dr Scott Stephenson, Melbourne Law School
Overview of CILIS
Consent and fairness in Australian and Indian Data Protection Law
This project explores approaches to balancing the elements of individual consent and fairness to protect citizens reasonable expectations of privacy in data driven transactions.
Newsletter - October 2021
Collaboration and Consultancy
The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies collaborates regularly with government, NGO and other specialist centres and institutes within Australia and across the globe.
The Advisory Board of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies meets periodically to advise Directors and members on the strategy and activities of the Centre.
The Asian Law Centre is engaged in a number of innovative and important research projects relating to Asian law and Asian legal studies in Australia and overseas. Click through to see the Asian Law Centre's research programs, grants, publications and resources.
Melbourne Law School professor awarded prestigious fellowship
Professor Sundhya Pahuja from Melbourne Law School has been awarded a prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowship for her research on global corporations and international law.
Facebook Agrees to Pay for Murdoch’s Australia News Content
Dr Marc Cheong, Senior Research Fellow in Digital Ethics, speaks with the New York Times about Facebook's agreement to pay for news in Australia.
The ERRN and Democratic Audit of Australia Working Paper Series
The Electoral Regulation Research Network and the Democratic Audit of Australia publishes a series of working papers
Work Choices Analysis
The Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law engaged in comprehensive and long-term analysis of the Work Choices legislation enacted by federal parliament in late 2005, and submitted a detailed critique of the proposed amendments to the Senate Inquiry on the Work Choices Bill.
Submissions and Reports
A large part of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies' engagement is with government itself. See a list of current and past submissions and reports to government inquests, inquiries and commissions here.
Health Law and Ethics Network members with research expertise in children's health, including treatment for gender dysphoria, treatment decision for critically ill infants, and male/female circumcision
View The Tax Group's graduate researcher students.
A listing of current and past events hosted by the Legal Professions Research Network.
What is Animal Computer Interaction?
By Dr Sarah Webber, Doreen Thomas Postdoctoral Fellow,School of Computing and Information Systems,CAIDE Summer Research AcademyDr Sarah Webber writes about animal-computer interaction and the challenges of integrating technology and animals.
Recording: Growing regenerative agriculture: pathways and potential for scaling up
There is a surge of interest in regenerative agriculture, but as the cliché goes, will it scale? A panel of experts and practitioners explored answers at a recent seminar. View recording here.This event was the second seminar of the Sustainable Food System seminar series and is co-hosted by Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law at Melbourne Law School and the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute.There is a surge of interest in regenerative agriculture, but as the cliché goes, will it scale? A panel of experts and practitioners explored answers at a recent seminar.
Shining a light on the global human rights challenge of statelessness
The Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness at Melbourne Law School is making a big impact on the global effort to reduce statelessness and protect the rights of stateless people in Australia and around the world.
The Harold Ford Memorial Lecture
The Harold Ford Memorial Lecture celebrates the many contributions of Professor Ford to Melbourne Law School, the legal profession, and to the development of corporate law and trusts law. The inaugural lecture was held in 2013 and hosted by the Centre for Corporate Law. Details of upcoming lectures, and recordings of past lectures, can be found here.
Academic profile of Dr Amanda Porter, Melbourne Law School
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