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Deus Ex Machina – Law-Technology-Humanities | 11-14 December 2023
The Human Technology Law Centre will host the 2023 meeting of the Law, Literature And Humanities Association Of Australasia.
This meeting is a multidisciplinary coming together to build, dream and work towards better law and technology futures through the creativity, wisdom and critiques of the humanities.
Call for proposals and how to participate
The call for papers is now open and all details can be found by visiting the Humans Technology Law Centre website. For any other enquiries about the meeting, contact the Human Technology Law Centre by email.
About the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia
The Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia (LLHAA) explores the intersection between law and culture in all its forms. LLHAA is a welcoming, engaged and ever-evolving community of scholars encountering questions of law and jurisprudence through interdisciplinary research. Find out more.
About the Human Technology Law Centre
Technology is changing human lives, relationships, and the planet. Law has a fundamental role in addressing and managing these changes. Technology is also changing forms of law. The Humans Technology Law Centre (HTLC), QUT School of Law, responds to this challenge to inspire and build better technological futures. Find out more.
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