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    Adaptive Regulation for Digital Health

    MPT Connect
    Enhancing Australia’s Regulation System for the Next Generation of Healthcare with a comprehensive picture for current and future regulatory requirements.
  • Impacts of computational technologies on the legal profession

    Australian Institute for Business and Economics
    Dr Fish’s research maps the new technologies being incorporated into legal services, as well as how this is changing the structure of the profession.
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    Privacy, cybersecurity and surveillance

    Australian Institute for Business and Economics
    The use of new technologies in the home will undoubtedly provide benefits, but it will also generate new legal challenges for corporations. Professor Bronitt’s research explores changing corporate responsibilities by examining information sharing frameworks for domestic abuse reporting in smart homes.
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    Logan Community Justice Centre

    Queensland Government
    Providing a rigorous evidence base for the design of a Community Justice Centre in Logan to address the underlying causes of offending behaviour amongst people experiencing disadvantage.
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    An Efficient Collaborative Mechanism To End Phoenix Company Behaviour

    Australian Institute for Business and Economics
    Research, propose and test a collaborative model to enable enforceable corporate governance strategies to combat the Phoenix companies in Australia.