Green gas: Law and policy for renewable gas – A comparative study of models for guarantees of origin and incentives using blockchain

This project seeks to engage with international researchers and industry to explore the way that peer-to-peer trading between micro-energy grids can improve the resilience of physical and digital systems. Find ways to use data gathered from the use of blockchain technology to improve efficiencies.

Regulation and Accountability in Digital Business (Routledge, 2021)

This monograph explores the ways that regulators have responded to new digital products, new inputs and processes, new markets, and new business models and commercial arrangements. It provides a comparative analyse of regulatory responses in common law countries and considers the implications for commercial and professional accountability. This book explores, from a legal perspective, the way that regulation and accountability have been shaped by the digital age. 

Chapter: ‘Third party liability for the misuse of personal data and digital assets’ in [title TBC] (Edward Elgar, 2020)

This collaborative work brings together new perspectives on the way that the law is developing in response to novel challenges presented by the proliferation of new technologies in social and economic contexts.

The new face of ANU Law Student Administration

ANU to increase ATAR for Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

Two ANU Law students among Australia’s top 100 future leaders

ANU strengthens its position as a global university, number one in Australia

Toppling the barriers of bigotry - Young Alumnus of the Year Alan Wu

ANU Law PhD student announced regional winner in Commonwealth Youth Awards

Melissa Kirby: from washing y-fronts to philanthropy – the journey of an ANU law graduate


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