Smart contracts are great for reducing operational risk. However, like all disruptive technologies, there are a number of hurdles before it's widely adopted, writes Monash Law student Dick Ting.
Marriage celebrants are looking forward to Australia’s busiest-ever wedding season, but not all marriages will be equal, writes Dr Becky Batagol.
There is a public perception that a small elite is reaping large benefits in Australian society in terms of political influence and its flow-on dividends, writes Dr Yee-Fui Ng.
The Victorian Court of Appeal has significantly reduced the sentence given to a mother who killed three of her children. Dr Jamie Walvisch explores how this can happen.
A notorious on-field incident in the AFL has exposed inconsistencies in how our legal system treats different perpetrators of acts of violence, says Dr Eric Windholz.
Facebook’s actions – or inactions – facilitated breaches of privacy and human rights associated with democratic governance.
As we are hit by scandal after scandal involving political staff, Dr Yee-Fui Ng takes a closer look at these political staffers and their role in our democratic system.
Childcare shake-up neglects family day care workers, but we can learn from garment workers' experience
Family day care workers provide this essential service from their homes, but being classed as independent contractors means they lack many employment protections, writes Dr Yee-Fui Ng.