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Law, Technology and Humans (LTH)
LTH is an open access journal dedicated to transdisciplinary research support by the School of Law and the University. The journal is in its fourth year and has recently been accepted into Scopus and Web of Science. Supported by leading international editorial board of law and technology scholars the journal has achieved several firsts, including the publishing of the first law review piece assembled by an AI.
The latest issue, Vol. 4 No. 1 (2022), is available now.
Law, Technology and Humans is calling for papers for Vol. 5 Issue 1 (2023). Find out more.
Visiting Junior Research Fellows Program
The visiting junior research fellows program supports HDR and ECR emerging law and technology scholars to be located at the Centre for a period. While located at the Centre, the junior research fellow will be supported and mentored by Centre members and be included in Centre programs and activities.
Visiting Senior Research Fellows Program
The visiting senior research fellows program supports established law and technology scholars to be located at the Centre for a period. While located at the Centre, the senior research fellow will collaborate with Centre members and be involved in the activities of the Centre. The senior research fellows will also be the focus of several activities including presentation of research seminar, HDR milestone events
HDR and Research Training Program
This program provides formal and informal support for the Centre’s HDR students. Focused on community building, experience sharing and mentoring, the program, led by two coordinators (a Centre member and a Centre HDR student) will engage in a series of meetings and activities
Law, Technology and Regulation Reading Group
The Centre wide monthly reading group involves the collective and guided reading through paradigmatic and contemporary scholarship on law and technology. Often authors are invited to lead the discussion.
Policy and Impact Program – in collaboration with the Centre for Justice
This program, in conjunction with the Centre for Justice provides support for members to develop policy and impact briefing papers for industry, government and media audiences.