ANU College of Law Technology and Legal Innovation Showcase

Date & time

5–6.30pm Wednesday 28 October 2020

Contact

ANU Law Marketing
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ANU College of Law Technology and Legal Innovation Showcase

ANU College of Law Technology and Legal Innovation Showcase

Keen to hear about the ongoing research about technology and innovation by our very own ANU College of Law students? In this virtual event, over 10 groups of students, across all programs, will showcase their individual and collaborative coursework and extracurricular projects from 2020.

All are welcome to attend this showcase!

Program

HSF International e-Moot
Andrew Ray, Bachelor of Laws (Hons)/Science, Member of winning ANU team 

Judicial Review of Automated Decisions in Government
Angus Vos, BSc ‘19, LLB (Hons) ‘20

Perspectives on Children's Rights in the Digital World: Consent, Freedoms, Justice
Corrin Demeo, Bachelor of International Relations/Laws (Hons); Marine Chu, Bachelor of Criminology/Laws (Hons); and Priyanka Tomar, Bachelor of International Relations/Laws (Hons)

Remedying Cyberstalking: The Scope and Limits of Civil Law in Australia
Jacqueline Hickman, Bachelor of Laws (Hons)

Code as Law
Aaron Camp, Master of Laws

ANU Hackathon
Andrew Ray, Bachelor of Laws (Hons)/Science

ANU Journal of Legal Technology (JOLT)
Jacinta Macginley and Aamina Sultanbawa, Bachelor of International Relations/Laws (Hons), editors and co-founders of ANU Journal of Legal Technology (JOLT)

Developing an app for the National Judicial College of Australia
LAWS4230-6230 Laws Internship team

AI Law and Society - Trust in AI Systems
Vaishnavi Rudrapatna Ravishankar, Graduate Certificate of Law

Deepfake Pornography: Using the Law to Protect Women Against the New Frontier of Image-Based Sexual Abuse
Malia Emberson-Lafoa'i, JD student at UTS who undertook #MeToo and the Law (LAWS8403) at ANU as a cross-institutional student

Regulating Sustainability in Space: A Comparison of National Licencing Laws for Space Activities
Henry Strong, Masters of International Law and Diplomacy

Regulation of AI in the Public Sector
Karen Chow, Bachelor of International Security Studies/Laws (Hons); and Sarah Graham-Higgs, Bachelor of Arts/Laws (Hons)

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team