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Dr Katie Woolaston is awarded the WPSA Clay Morgan Award for Best Book in Environmental Political Theory

As QUT celebrates Sustainability Week, we congratulate Dr Katie Woolaston who has been awarded the Western Political Science Association (WPSA) Clay Morgan Award for Best Book in Environmental Political Theory. Ecological Vulnerability: The Law and Governance of Human–Wildlife Relationships examines human-wildlife conflict as a primary contributor to wildlife…

Theology and Jurisprudence Symposium: Call for Papers

Professor Paul Babie (University of Adelaide), Associate Professor Joshua Neoh (Australian National University), Dr Constance Lee (Central Queensland University) and Dr Alex Deagon (QUT), would like to invite law researchers to participate in a Theology and Jurisprudence Symposium at the Adelaide Law School (ALS) in South Australia on…

Milk

The Law and Science of Technologies of Human Milk

In the third seminar of our QUT Global Law, Science and Technology Seminar Series, Professor Mathilde Cohen provided insight into the argument that human milk itself has become a “technology.” Abstract: Legal scholar Kara Swanson has argued that with the emergence of human milk banking in the 1910s,…

Artwork for Law, Technology and Humans publication

Law, Technology and Humans Volume 4 Issue 1

A new issue of Law, Technology and Humans has been published. From UNSW, Australia Lyria Bennett Moses, Jan Breckenridge, Joshua Gibson and Georgia Lyons provide an analyses of technology-facilitated domestic and family violence (TFDFV) through a privacy lens—drawing on privacy and DFV literature. Charles Lawson addresses the concerns…

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Health Technology and Big Data: Is ethical debt inevitable?

In the first seminar of our QUT Global Law, Science and Technology Seminar Series, co-hosted by the Australian Centre for Health Law Research (ACHLR), Associate Professor Bernadette Richards explored the challenges of trustworthy data governance. Abstract: Technology is empowering advances in healthcare, extending beyond the clinical interface to the…

Andrew Denton and Justice Peter Applegarth AM

ACHLR 9th Annual Public Oration

The Australian Centre for Health Law Research (ACHLR) hosted their 9th Annual Public Oration on March 29, 2022. This year’s oration, New Voluntary Assisted Dying Legislation, was delivered by Andrew Denton and Justice Peter Applegarth (Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland and chairperson of the Queensland Law Reform Commission).…