UNSW Law & Justice leads research into the challenges brought by technological innovation.

We have a strong focus on its impact on law reform and policy, legal education and legal practice in Australia and around the world. Our work cuts across doctrines (from private and public to criminal law), new technologies (from artificial intelligence and automation to synthetic biology) and industries (from financial services to medical care). The Allens Hub for Technology, Law & Innovation is the first Australian university research initiative of its kind. 

Our expertise

  • AI, robotics & law
  • Competition & consumer law in a digital world, consumer data rights
  • Cyber security, data protection & surveillance
  • Data justice, human rights & data governance, data science & humanitarianism
  • Fintech & regtech
  • Future of the legal profession & legal practice, impact of technology
  • Intellectual property
  • Law & bioscience, health law
  • Media law
  • Online investing regulation
  • Private law & digital technologies
  • Technology & access to justice
  • Technology & criminal law, technology & policing
  • Technology & the rule of law
  • Technology in dispute resolution
  • Technology platforms
  • Theories of law & technological change