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7 Jun 2021

Study of Victoria’s assisted dying prospective approval process in practice

Victoria is the first Australian state to enact assisted dying laws and one of only two places in the world where a government department must issue a permit before the patient can receive assisted dying.

15 Jul 2021

FREE SEMINAR: The Autonomous Subject at the End of Life: Autonomy, Vulnerability, and Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD)

QUT Global Law, Science and Technology Seminar Series - Episode 3

9 Jun 2021

The Blockchain Conundrum: Humans, Community Regulation and Chains

In the second of the QUT Global Law, Science and Technology Seminar Series for 2021, Professor Kieran Tranter led a panel discussion on research conducted by Associate Professor Felicity Deane and PhD Student Lachlan Robb on 'The Blockchain Conundrum: Humans, Community Regulation and Chains'.

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