Pamela Finckenberg-Broman


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I am a lecturer at Charles Darwin University Law school and an adjunct member of Griffith University Law Futures Centre. With a background as an international businesswoman and a globetrotter from Europe, my passion is international economic law and EU law. I also enjoy interdisciplinary research particularly on the interaction between law and technology and law and politics. I am currently engaged in two major projects. A joint research project on environmental populism which aims to publish two co-authored articles. Apart from that, I am also the co-creator of and co-author in the RAiLE© research project. This project studies legal disruption caused by semiautonomous/autonomous AI’s combined with robotic embodiments.


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