La Trobe LawTech explores big data, privacy and the law

This year La Trobe Law School’s LawTech team have been at the forefront of debates surrounding artificial technology, social media regulation and the role of big data in government decision making. La Trobe LawTech is a research, educational and consulting… Continue Reading

La Trobe Law School rated as “above world standard’ for research and impact

The Law School received excellent results in the Excellence in Research for Australia 2018 evaluation, published this month. This evaluation framework identifies excellence in research across Australia’s higher education institutions. For the first time La Trobe Law, received a ‘4’… Continue Reading

Associate professor Savitri Taylor: The International Governance of Forced Migration

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Recently, La Trobe Law School’s Associate Professor Savitri Taylor published a chapter in a book titled, “The International Governance of Forced Migration” in A. Burke and R. Parker (eds) Global Insecurity: Futures of Global Chaos and Governance (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)… Continue Reading

Trustees’ Bare Legal Title: Concept or Misconception?

Recently, La Trobe Law School Associate Lecturer Tobias Barkley published an article in the Australian Property Law Journal titled: Trustees’ Bare Legal Title: Concept or Misconception? Abstract There is a widespread idea that trustees hold a ‘bare’ or ‘dry’ title,… Continue Reading

Recent Publication on Coronial Law and Spatial Justice

In ‘Walking With the Dead: Coronial Law and Spatial Justice in the Necropolis’, Marc Trabsky, Lecturer, La Trobe Law School, “explores a spatial history of the office of coroner in the nineteenth century”. He “examines how the movements of the… Continue Reading

La Trobe Law School academics Jill Murray and Anthony O’Donnell awarded $450,000 by the Australian Research Council (ARC)

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La Trobe Law School academics Jill Murray and Anthony O’Donnell are amongst a group of 11 leading labour law and industrial relations scholars awarded $450,000 by the Australian Research Council (ARC) in its latest round of funding. The money will… Continue Reading

An access to justice approach to mediation and the construction of positive legal professional identity

The La Trobe Law School warmly congratulates Dr Lola Akin Ojelabi on her recent publication in the International Journal of the Legal Profession, entitled “An access to justice approach to mediation and the construction of positive legal professional identity” (citation… Continue Reading