Law Futures Centre Blog

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Australia, COVID-19 and Travel Bans: Denying the Right to Return

This post has been contributed by Associate Professor Olivera Simic, Griffith Law School and a member of the Law Futures Centre. Part of this post… Read More

‘When in Rome’: Why philosophers, ethics teachers, and social scientists need to pay attention to the surprising ethical significance of expectations

This post has been contributed by Dr Hugh Breakey, Senior Research Fellow in the Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law (IEGL) and a member of… Read More

Ministerial power and Migration Legislation: “A level of discretion unknown in other legislation”?

This post has been contributed by Emma Robinson, Lecturer in the Griffith Law School and a member of the Law Futures Centre. The recent… Read More

Why ‘freedom’ is not the only thing worth fighting for

This post has been contributed by Susan Harris Rimmer, Professor and Director of the Policy Innovation Hub, Griffith Business School and Sarah Joseph, Professor of… Read More

INTEGRITY NOW! 21 INTEGRITY REFORMS TO RESTORE THE RULE OF LAW, ACCOUNTABILITY AND PUBLIC TRUST

This post has been contributed by Professor Charles Sampford, Director of The Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law (IEGL) and member of the Law Futures… Read More

Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources, Information and Traditional Knowledge

This post has been contributed by Professor Charles Lawson, Griffith Law School and a member of the Law Futures Centre. Debates about access and… Read More

If technology is the answer, what was the question?

This post has been contributed by Dr Michelle Rourke, CSIRO Fellow and a member of the Law Futures Centre. I thought I didn’t care… Read More

Can you pay employees in cryptocurrency? It is not a simple answer for employers

This post has been contributed by Dr Craig Cameron, Senior Lecturer in Corporations Law with the Griffith Business School and a member of the… Read More

What does the International Criminal Court’s new Prosecutor mean for the Asia-Pacific?

This post has been contributed by Dr Emma Palmer, a member of the Law Futures Centre More than 1000 individuals have been killed since the… Read More

Welfare Conditionality and Indigenous Peoples: why conditional welfare payments are problematic

This post has been contributed by Dr Shelley Bielefeld, a member of the Law Futures Centre. Welfare conditionality is about placing conditions on people’s access… Read More