Adelaide Law School Academics Present Papers at Legal Services Commission Conference on Technology and the Law
On 29 June, Professor Dale Stephens and Dr Colette Langos presented papers at the biennial SA Legal Services Commission Conference. The theme of the 2018 conference was ‘Brave New World’ and grappled specifically with the rise and application of technology in legal practice as well as law’s capacity to deal with exponential growth of such technology. Professor Stephens was on a morning panel titled ‘Law on the Edge’ with Colonel Andrew McLachlan and presented a paper on ‘Cyber & Space Military Operations and the Emergence of International Criminal Law’. Dr Colette Langos presented on the afternoon panel with Dr Evita March (Federation University) titled ‘Please Don’t Feed the Monsters: Dealing with Trolls and Cyberbullies’ and presented a paper titled ‘Cyberbullying: The Web of Laws’.
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