A first in Australia, the UTS Law is pleased to announce a brand new specialist major in the standalone Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Laws combined degrees, commencing in 2018. Legal Futures and Technology will equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills as future legal practitioners and professionals amongst rapid developments in technology, innovation and work.
UTS Law Future of the Legal Profession keynote address, Tom Daemen, Director and Assistant General Counsel for Microsoft’s Corporate, External & Legal Affairs in Australia and New Zealand, will examine the journey of the Fourth Industrial Revolution currently underway and explore its impact on our global society.
UTS Law is launching Australia’s first undergraduate 'Legal Futures and Technology' major, offered as part of the standalone and combined LLB degrees, and will focus on equipping students with the requisite knowledge to work with new technologies in a legal capacity.
Last Friday AustLII launched a new model for the publication of free access texts about the law and legal issues in Australia with the publication online of the second edition of Capacity and the Law by Nick O’Neill and Carmelle Peisah
UTS is establishing a new interdisciplinary research centre, the Centre for Media Transition. The centre will be formally launched at an event at UTS on 25 July 2017, with Professor Jeff Jarvis delivering the keynote address.