The criminal appeal was the first time in its 167-year history that the Court has sat at a university.
Professor Waller earned great admiration amongst his colleagues, students and the broader community that he served. Monash Law owes much of its character to Professor Waller.
Professor Hill will advocate for commercial entities to behave ethically. She will also contribute to research into organised crime, alternative and online dispute resolution, and family law mediation.
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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.
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