Lawyers must adapt to the age of digitalisation
Facial recognition technology highlights the need for lawyers to be trained in the legal risks of emerging technologies say University of Melbourne experts.
How to make it ok to record medical appointments
While some people record medical appointments in secret, new University of Melbourne-led research is seeking to support patients and providers to do so openly
Hearing the white noise
We need to go beyond the institutional hypocrisy of Reconciliation Week and start addressing the racism in our law system, says University of Melbourne expert
We have to stop child sexual abuse before it happens
A University of Melbourne expert says the shorter sentences handed down for child sexual abuse in Australia tells us the system isn’t working and has to change
Ensuring justice is done and seen to be done
To promote public confidence, University of Melbourne research suggests courts need to reassess their test for determining potential judicial bias
The need for more parliament in Victoria’s Pandemic Bill
Victoria’s proposed Pandemic Management Bill gives too much power to government and not enough to parliament, say University of Melbourne experts
Can Crown’s old habits die?
Casino operator Crown Melbourne has been told it must reform itself – University of Melbourne expert looks at how will we be able to judge whether it has or not
Data protection is a mental health issue for young people
Australia’s leading use of digital technologies in youth mental health services could help inform our Privacy Act review, say University of Melbourne experts.
Australia’s rivers are ancestral beings
Rivers are recognised as legal persons and living entities. Experts, including University of Melbourne, say Australia's rivers are Indigenous ‘ancestral beings’
I’m an animal … get me out of here!
Australia needs national legislation to better protect the welfare of animals that work in film and television, says a University of Melbourne expert