Artificial Intelligence and Legislative Power

AACL Event

Please join the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law for a lunchtime webinar on Artificial Intelligence and Legislative Power on Monday, 29 April 1pm-2pm AEST

With generative artificial intelligence growing in prominence, how might artificial intelligence be used in the drafting of legislation? What are the potential risks and opportunities? Can it work? And, importantly, should it be used?

Chair: Professor Luke Beck (Monash University | Victorian Convenor AACL)


·       Associate Professor Guzyal Hill (Charles Darwin University) will speak to aspects of her recent article 'AI - Legislation for AI, Legislation with AI: Round No 1 ChatGPT v Australian Law Council' (2023) 3 Loophole: Journal of the Commonwealth Association of Legislative Counsel 51

·       Dr Paul Burgess (Monash University) will speak to aspects of the chapter 'The Rule of Law and the Use of AI in Creating Primary Legislation' in his recent book AI and the Rule of Law: The Necessary Evolution of a Concept (Hart, 2024).

·       Rebecca Considine (Office of Parliamentary Counsel) will offer a practitioner perspective on the potential role of artificial intelligence.

All are welcome, so please share the event details with any colleagues or contacts who may be interested.

RSVP: (link provided to Zoom meeting upon registering).