Wednesday 11 December 2019 9:18am
The New Zealand Law Foundation (NZLF) Centre for Law and Policy in Emerging Technologies is pleased to announce that the third-year student Emma Harris is the winner of the 2019 Gallaway Cook Allan Prize for Law and Emerging Technology.
Emma’s essay titled ‘The Six Million Dollar Man: Regulatory Challenges and Strategies in the Age of the Cyborg’ edged out runners-up Evan Pearson (‘Sex Robots: Pain or Pleasure?’) and Alexander Bryan (‘Regulating Driverless Cars’).
Emma accepted her prize from Gallaway Cook Allan CEO Matt Gorman at a ceremony held recently at the Gallaway Cook Allan premises.
All of the shortlisted entries can be read at Gallaway Cook Allan’s website.
From left: Gerard Brimble (Gallaway Cook Allan), Matt Gorman (CEO, Gallaway Cook Allan), Emma Harris, Joy Liddicoat (NZLF Centre for Law and Policy in Emerging Technologies), David Smillie (Gallaway Cook Allan), Colin Gavaghan (NZLF Centre for Law & Policy in Emerging Technologies)