Law and technology

Student-run journal aims to deliver 'jolt' to legal tech research

EU-US personal data transfers and the implications of the Schrems II ruling for Australia

The effects of the seminal Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) decision in Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Limited, Maximillian Schrems (Case C-311/18, “Schrems II”) will be felt for some time.

ANU Law scholar named a chief investigator of HMI project

ANU-UC team wins Disrupting Law Hackathon with digital form pitch

How e-mooting is ushering in a new age of legal education

Thai legal scholar’s ANU fellowship highlights strengths of National Law Schools Network

Inaugural meeting of the Australian Legal Technology Education Network (ALTEN)

The Australian Legal Technology Education Network (ALTEN) will host its inaugural meeting on Thursday 7 November. 

Robo-debt offers lessons for closing AI gaps in public administration

ANU Law students win 2019 Innovate Law hackathon

Professor Thornton’s Phillipa Weeks Lecture to examine ‘Uberisation’ of legal work

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