Mr Mark Brady
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Mark is Lecturer and Course Coordinator at the University of Adelaide. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours Class I) and a Bachelor of Arts (University Medal) awarded from Griffith University. Mark is also a solicitor who holds a current Qld Practising Certificate. He is a former motorcycle racer who has twice competed at the Isle of Man TT Races. He was a founding editor of the Griffith Journal of Law & Human Dignity and has written one short film titled “Hardly Used”. Mark is currently a PhD candidate and his research focuses on Law and Technology, where he attempts to understand the impacts of disruptive technology on Law and Society.
2019-2020 Queensland Legal Practising Certificate Queensland Law Society
2015 High Court Register of Practitioners High Court of Australia
2013 Bachelor of Laws – with First Class Honours Griffith University
2013 Bachelor of Arts – with University Medal Griffith University
2010 Conflict Management through Negotiation Guardrite Security and Industry Training Pty Ltd
2010 CPR and EAR Training Guardrite Security and Industry Training Pty Ltd
Awards & Achievements
2013 University Medal Griffith University
2013 Bachelor of Arts (with University Medal) Griffith University
2013 Bachelor of Laws (with First Class Honours) Griffith University
2010 LexisNexis Prize for Constitutional Law Griffith University
2013 University Award for Academic Excellence Griffith University
2012 University Award for Academic Excellence Griffith University
2011 University Award for Academic Excellence Griffith University
2010 University Award for Academic Excellence Griffith University
2009 University Award for Academic Excellence Griffith University
Mark is a dual Course Coordinator, and Lecturer, at the University of Adelaide teaching in the area of Taxation Law. Mark has previously taught Introduction to Business Law at both the University of Adelaide and Griffith University. Mark is influenced by the Pragmatic and Socratic methods of teaching and believes in creating a space where everyone can flourish in a mutually respectful, supportive, and inclusive environment to enable them to grow and explore their understandings of the law.
COMMLAW 3500 Income Tax Law III
COMMLAW 7013 Income Taxation (M)
COMMLAW 7012 Business and Corporations Law
COMMLAW 1004 Introduction to Business Law
2105AFE Introduction to Business Law (Griffith University)
2105AFE Introduction to Business Law (Griffith University)
Torts Law (Griffith University) [Tutor]
Mark is one of the leading experts researching into automated vehicles and Australian law. His research has been used by NSW Parliament and by the National Transport Commission. Mark is a qualified solicitor holding a current Australian legal practising certificate (Qld). His research is into law and technology, with a focus on automated vehicles, robotics and artificial intelligence. The goal of his research is to see how technology is changing understandings of agency and autonomy in Australian law and society. Drawing upon critical legal studies, the humanities and the social sciences, Mark examines how humans legislate, interact with, and are affected by technology. In researching law and technology Mark engages with practical, cultural, and sociological narratives that link humans, law and technology. This research seeks to understand the trajectory of humanity’s technological future and the impacts it will have on law and society.
Published Journal Articles
Mark Brady, ‘Is Australian Law Adaptable to Automated Vehicles?’ (2019) 5(1) Griffith Journal of Law & Human Dignity 35-71.
Pamela Finckenberg-Broman, Morgan M Broman, and Mark Brady, ‘Law and Technology: The Legal and Social Implications of Sentient Robots’ (2019) 5(1) Griffith Journal of Law & Human Dignity 190-209.
Mark Brady, Kylie Burns, Tania Leiman and Kieran Tranter ‘Automated Vehicles and Australian Personal Injury Compensation Schemes’ (2017) 24(1) Torts Law Journal 32-63.
Accepted Journal Articles
Mark Brady, ‘Data Privacy and Automated Vehicles: Navigating the Privacy Continuum’ – Accepted for publication in 45(3) Monash University Law Review, (forthcoming).
Submitted Journal Articles
Morgan M Broman, Pamela Finckenberg-Broman and Mark Brady ‘The RAiLE’s Impact on Current & Future Legislation using Current Examples - The RAiLE© Project’ submitted to Progress in Artificial Intelligence Journal July 2019.
Law Reform Submissions
Kieran Tranter, Mark Brady and Kylie Burns ‘Submission in response to the Clarifying Control of Automated Vehicles Discussion Paper’ 2 June 2017 http://www.ntc.gov.au/media/1597/ntc-discussion-paper-clarifying-control-of-automated-vehicles-april-2017-kieran-tranter-griffith-law-school-jun-2017.pdf.
Mark Brady, Tania Leiman, Kylie Burns and Kieran Tranter, Submission to the National Transport Commission ‘Regulatory Options of Automated Vehicles Discussion Paper’ 4 July 2016 https://www.ntc.gov.au/Media/Reports/(40D7700F-7BDC-EFE7-65FD-844E76CC789E).pdf.
Kieran Tranter and Mark Brady, Submission to New South Wales Parliament Staysafe (Joint Standing Committee on Road Safety): Driverless Vehicles and Road Safety Inquiry into Automated Vehicles, 11 April 2016 https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/committees/inquiries/Pages/inquiry-submission-details.aspx?pk=%2054159.
Kieran Tranter and Mark Brady, Submission to the National Transport Commission, ‘Regulatory Barriers to Automated Vehicles’ 9 March 2016 http://ntc.gov.au//submissions/history/?rid=90994&pid=8247 .
Seminars/ Conference Papers
Mark Brady, Kieran Tranter and Andry Rakotonirainy, “Hack my Ride”: The Criminal Law and Unauthorised and Malicious Interference with Automated and Connected Cars, presented as conference paper by Mark Brady at the World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety, in Tampere, Finland, 19 September 2016.
Mark Brady, ‘Challenges in Regulating for the Adoption of Autonomous Vehicles in Australia’ presentation to Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, Transport Mixr 9 June 2016.
2019 Co-Coordinator, University of Adelaide Second Annual High School Mooting Competition
2018 Volunteer, University of Adelaide Inaugural High School Mooting Competition
2015- Volunteer, Thai-Aussie Sister Support TASS, Domestic Violence Prevention and Support Association
2014-2015 Member, Gold Coast District Law Association
2014- Volunteer, Wat Sangharatanaram, Thai Buddhist Temple
2012-2017 Volunteer, Gold Coast Community Legal Centre & Advice Bureau
2010- Member, Queensland Law Society
2011-2013 Volunteer, Rosies Friends on the Street Outreach [meals for homeless]
2010- Mentor, Golden Key International Honours Society
1995-2002 Volunteer, NSW Rural Fire Service – Londonderry Brigade
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