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Animals as Sentient Beings, Legal Persons and Fellow Inhabitants of the Earth

This post was contributed by Deborah Cao, a Professor in the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science as well as a member of the… Read More

Canada on sovereignty in cyberspace

This post was contributed by Dr Samuli Haataja, Senior Lecturer at Griffith Law School and Law Futures Centre member. In April 2022, Canada published… Read More

Is there a Duty of Care to Protect Vulnerable People from Harm?

This post is contributed by Associate Professor Kylie Burns, a member of the Griffith Law School and Law Futures Centre. It might… Read More

Business Fleets and EVs: Taxation changes to support home charging from the grid and Battery Electric Vehicle Affordability

This post was contributed by Dr Anna Mortimore, a lecturer in the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics and a member of the Law Futures Centre. Read More

Digital Powerhouses and Publisher’s Responsibility: Voller and Barilaro

This post was contributed by Elizabeth Englezos, a PhD candidate and sessional academic at the Griffith Law School and a member of the Law Futures Centre. Read More

The Importance of Repair Highlighted at Brisbane City Council’s Green Heart Fair

This post was contributed by Professor Leanne Wiseman, ARC Future Fellow and member of the Law Futures Centre. On May 29, 2022,  Brisbane City… Read More

International Human Rights Law – Lessons in the Era of Covid-19

This post was originally published by the Centre for Law and Social Justice, University of Newcastle. On the 23rd of May 2022, a panel of… Read More

Freedom to contract: But do workers understand the consequences

This post has been contributed by Professor Brett Freudenberg, Griffith Business School and a member of the Law Futures Centre. Brett’s research papers can be… Read More

Carbon storage v water security: Assessing trade-offs and risks

This post has been contributed by Dr Jacqui Robertson, Lecturer in the Griffith Law School and a member of… Read More

Modern Slavery and “Sportswashing” in Qatar: Labour exploitation tainting the 2022 World Cup

This post has been contributed by Elin Nilsson, a HDR candidate with the Griffith Law School and a member of the Law Futures Centre. In… Read More