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The rapid innovation of the modern world demands a new way of thinking. Our legal profession is being redefined as we experience new technologies, climate change, international trade and mass migration.
At the Law Futures Centre, we connect an extensive array of multidisciplinary international scholars and policy makers to solve these problems. Our members are committed to outstanding collaborative research that is responsible for global change.
AUSTRALIAN REPAIR SUMMIT
This full day summit is an opportunity for interested Repair stakeholders to genuinely engage with Government, policy makers and industry to discuss the emerging Right to Repair movement in an event that welcomes discussion, relevant questions and respectful debate
11TH QUEENSLAND TAX RESEARCHERS SYMPOSIUM
Griffith University will host the 11th Queensland Tax Researchers Symposium (‘QTRS’) on Friday, 9 July 2021. This will be both an online and face-to-face symposium. The Keynote Address will be delivered by Professor Binh Tran-Nam (UNSW) on the topic ‘Recent developments in assessing and monitoring tax complexity’.
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