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Australian Academy of Law 2016 Symposium

  • 10 Nov 2016
  • 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Banco Court, Supreme Court of Victoria, 210 William Street, Melbourne


  • Special price for members

Registration is closed

“The Death of the Law Firm”, Professor Dan Hunter, Foundation Dean Swinburne Law School

“Measuring the ‘lawfulness’ of legal technologies: from speedbumps to smart contracts”, Mr. Jake Goldenfein, Lecturer, Swinburne Law School

“Uncodified code: a primer on smart-contracting”, Mr. Ari Dyball, Legal Technologist, Swinburne Law School

Convener: The Hon. Justice John Digby, Judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria

Welcome: The Hon. Justice Marilyn Warren AC, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria, and The Hon. Kevin Lindgren AM QC, President of the Australian Academy of Law

Time and Date: 4:30pm, Thursday 10 November 2016 

Venue: Banco Court, Supreme Court of Victoria, 210 William Street, Melbourne

The 2016 Symposium poses a valuable opportunity in consideringto consider the intersection of law and technology. Professor Hunter’s address is grounded in his experience as an international expert in intellectual property and internet law, and his publication on the intersection of computers and law. Mr. Goldenfein’s address draws upon his experience in the interaction of law and technology, focusing on questions of privacy, surveillance, automated decision making, automated legal action, and the history and theory of communications technology. Mr. Dyball’s address reflects his experience in coding and computer technology, and its place in the lacuna between technology and law. All presentations will offer a unique insight into this developing frontier.

RSVP by Friday, 4th of November 2016

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