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ACHLR 10th Annual Public Oration – Register now

Please join members of the Australian Centre for Health Law Research for the 10th Annual Public Oration with Professor Emma Cave presenting. Abstract The oration will consider how the sufficiency of young adults’ autonomy is judged in light of biological, social and psychological evidence that adolescence can continue…

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Law, Technology and Humans Volume 4 Issue 2

A new issue of Law, Technology and Humans has been published. Volume 4(2) includes articles from the symposium Jurisprudence of the Future. These contributions bring together science fiction, justice and law: Folúkẹ́ Adébísí uses examples of Black science fiction and Afrofuturism to address inequalities of race in the…

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Gendered impacts during the COVID-19 pandemic

In this fifth seminar of our 2022 series, co-hosted with the Australian Centre for Health Law Research (ACHLR), Professor Sara Davies discussed how gender roles determined women’s risk exposure. These findings demonstrate an urgent need to introduce crisis response measures that differentiate the gendered social and economic impacts…

Hope Johnson

DECRA grant success – Dr Hope Johnson

ACHLR researcher Dr Hope Johnson has been awarded an ARC DECRA grant for her project ‘Regulating the future of protein’. The $450,853 project aims to to determine how this can be achieved by developing optimal ways of regulating alternative proteins. Alternative proteins imitate meat and dairy but are…

John Chesterman

ACHLR Public Lecture – John Chesterman

The Future of adult safeguarding in Queensland In 2017 the Australian Law Reform Commission produced a ground-breaking report entitled Elder Abuse – A National Legal Response in which it recommended that: ‘Adult safeguarding laws should be enacted in each state and territory. These laws should give adult safeguarding…