Kate Galloway is associate professor of law at Griffith Law School, and a member of the Law Futures Centre. She researches the intersection between law and technology, and is a regular speaker and commentator on the role of technology in the law, in legal practice, and in legal education with particular emphasis on the incursion of government power on the citizen. Kate’s research on property law focuses on land tenure and establishing rights to land for women and Indigenous Australians. She blogs at kategalloway.net, and on Twitter as @katgallow.

Posts by Kate:

COVIDSafe and Identity: Governance Beyond Privacy