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Join an interdisciplinary panel of as they discuss various aspects of AI ethics while looking closely at Australia's AI Ethics Framework, released in 2019 by Data61 and underpinned by eight ethical principles for AI.
From the inspiring sisters at Kilbreda College, to her empowering experiences at Monash Law, listen to the story of Marilyn’s inspiring and trail-blazing law career which saw her rise through the ranks and ultimately become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
In this seminar, Dr Natalia Antolak-Saper will consider the issue of COVID-19 in the context of decisions relating to remand – bail and sentencing; where the issue of the virus has been most pronounced. This will be followed by a presentation by Professors Lorana Bartels and Thalia Anthony who will discuss the challenges and lessons for prisons management from COVID-19.
Are shareholders powerless to act when a company board makes poor decisions or destroys shareholder value? Or do shareholders have the ability to force change? Must a board act at the behest of its shareholders?
Presented by partners from law firm Arnold Bloch Leibler (ABL), this seminar delves into a real-life case study involving a client who comes to ABL seeking advice about a breach of duty allegation by the company’s liquidators and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Family violence cases present unique access to justice issues, especially when litigants are required to navigate multiple legal systems. To what extent do Canadian judges account for these challenges in their treatment of family violence and related legal issues?
Disruptive technologies such as AI and Blockchain present a major opportunity for offenders to commit a broad range of offences. How do we prepare for these emerging threats? How can our legal system learn from earlier attempts to regulate cyber-crime?
In this article, Professor the Hon Kevin Bell AM QC considers COVID-19 as it affects vulnerable groups, in particular the homeless, focusing upon the paradoxical opportunity that the response to pandemic presents for building back better and ending homelessness.