Gender and IoT: the Implications of smart technologies on victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence and abuse

8 October 2019 12:00pm1:00pm
Presented by Leonie Maria Tanczer, University College London’s (UCL) Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP)
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Does the Law Protect Social Groups? Freedom of Association in Comparative Perspective

7 June 2019 12:00pm1:30pm
Presented by Dr Maria Cahill
Chaired by Nicholas Aroney
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Is QCAT (still) a court? Super-tribunals and Ch III of the Constitution

28 March 2019 5:30pm6:30pm
Since Burns, decisions in New South Wales and South Australia have found that their super-tribunals are not Ch III courts. In light of these developments, is QCAT still a court? And what does the fallout from Burns v Corbett mean for Queensland?
Technology and the Future of the Legal Profession Lecture Series

Technology and the Future of the Legal Profession Lecture Series

Seminar
The automation of various aspects of legal services delivery, from discovery and due diligence to predictive analytics, have raised questions for university and continuing legal education.
Soloman Islands

UQSIP Seminar Series

Seminar
The UQ Solomon Islands Partnership (known as the UQ Solomon Islands Partnership for Peace and Development until February 2009) was established in 2004.
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Public Inquiries, Policy Learning and the Threat of Future Failure

26 October 2018 3:00pm4:30pm
Presenter: Dr Alastair Stark, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland
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International Perspectives on Welfare Conditionality

5 November 2018 5:00pm7:00pm
Join us for an international, interdisciplinary panel discussion on welfare conditionality, and its impacts in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

School of Psychology Seminar Series

Seminar
The School of Psychology Seminar Series involves weekly formal presentations of high-quality scholarly work with broad appeal. The wider School community is invited to attend, including academic and professional staff, special guests, visitors, as well as HDR, postgraduate and honours students.
The Honourable Justice Sarah Derrington

Litigation Funding: Access and Ethics

4 October 2018 5:15pm7:00pm
The Honourable Justice Sarah Derrington
President, Australian Law Reform Commission, Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law

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