20
Jul 2017

Law school can be overwhelming. To alleviate the chaos, there are some subscriptions that will save you time, money and make law student life that little bit easier. Additionally, your newfound knowledge will give you some serious dinner conversation cred.

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14
Jul 2017

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Hey everyone!

I'm Eric, the new editor for Survive Law Australia, and I’m absolutely thrilled to write for a website that has garnered such a large following of law students and graduates.

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29
Jun 2017

Survive Law and The Legal Forecast have teamed up to provide law students with bite-sized, easy-to-understand explainers on the latest law-tech and legal innovation hot topics.

Were you one of those lawyers or students who felt an obligation to ‘catch ‘em all’ in 2016 through the mobile phone app Pokémon Go?  You are not alone as the game attracted millions of players around the world.  The app uses augmented reality (AR) adding a layer of Pokémon on to the real picture generated by the phone’s camera in addition to using its GPS tracking system.  The game generated several complaints of trespass and nuisance[1] in reality as people became absorbed in the virtual world #rude.  It is easy enough to understand users of virtual reality (VR) or AR should be responsible for their direct actions in the real world but this article examines some of the legal opportunities and complications offered by VR and AR technology.

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14
Jun 2017

Victoria Law Foundation recently opened its General Grants round for 2017/18 and they're now accepting applications. Their General Grants fund projects that aim to help Victorians understand the law.

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05
Jun 2017

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So I decided to do one of those ghost hunting tours the other day.  It was freezing, the sky was pitch Blackstone pitch black and the wind was howling “Corporations Act, Corporations Act”, which I thought odd, but I exuberantly carried on.

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24
May 2017

Survive Law and The Legal Forecast have teamed up to provide law students with bite-sized, easy-to-understand explainers on the latest law-tech and legal innovation hot topics.

Will technological innovation save us from climate change or do we need policy and the law?

Climate change is the most pervasive threat facing humanity today.  Unless greenhouse gas emissions are reduced dramatically, global temperature rise will have severe and irreversible impacts on communities and ecosystems, as well as the economy, trade, defence, food security and health.

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