The Call for Papers for the National Wellness for Law Forum is now open.
Michael Bidwell explains how AI learns homophobic behaviours and provides suggestions for improving its inclusivity.Read more "Artificial Intelligence Learning to Discriminate"
In the final instalment of this blog series, Kim Panti discusses problems that arise with enforceability of Online Dispute Resolution outcomes in e-commerce disputes.Read more "ODR in cross-border disputes: Issues & solutions (3/3)"
Monash Law School student Kim Panti discusses how the European Online Dispute Resolution framework facilitates the resolution of E-Commerce disputes.Read more "ODR in the EU: Goals, issues & framework (2/3)"
In the first instalment of this blog series, Kim Panti discusses the role of Online Dispute Resolution in borderless transactions facilitated by online technology.Read more "E-commerce, ODR and cross-border transactions (1/3)"
Karin Derkley gives an overview of a recent event on drug law reform presented by ACJI and the Law, Health and Wellbeing Group.Read more "Rethinking drug policy"
Ellen Hays explores the implications of Matsoukatidou v Yarra Ranges Council for self-represented litigants.Read more "What does the right to a fair trial mean for self-represented litigants?"