POSTPONED Legal Hour - Law vs Big Tech
About this event
UNSW Law & Justice invites you to join this dynamic panel discussion on the topic of Law vs Big Tech. Our esteemed panellists will discuss laws that should apply to big tech and big tech’s willingness to comply. The conversation will focus on a broad variety of recent incidents and emerging issues, from misleading conduct to calls for greater regulation.
Legal Hour offers you the opportunity to meet and connect with fellow graduates and colleagues and to hear from leaders in their field. This event is particularly significant, taking place in our Faculty’s 50th Anniversary year and being our first face to face event for Law & Justice alumni since the end of 2019! (Please note that a recording of this event will be made available for those not wishing, or unable. to join us in person).
Joining the conversation:
- Professor Lyria Bennett Moses (BSc LLB 1999), Director of the Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation and a Professor at UNSW Law & Justice
- Valeska Bloch (BA LLB 2007, LLM 2010), Technology, Media, Telecommunications and Data Partner at Allens
- Shoshana Shields, Director of Legal for Google Australia and New Zealand
- Dr Katharine Kemp (PhD 2016), Senior Lecturer at UNSW Law & Justice and expert in data privacy and competition law
Cost: Complimentary. Registration is essential and places are strictly limited.
If you are unable to attend the live event you can register to receive the recording link following the event.
Important: This is a COVID-safe event. All attendees are required to read and adhere to the COVID-19 health and safety guidelines outlined by NSW Health Please do not attend this event if you feel unwell.