Adam Lodders is Executive Officer of the University of Melbourne's Networked Society Institute. He is responsible for administration, operations and enabling innovative interdisciplinary research projects to understand and create the connected future. Adam is also a Research Fellow and Tutor at Melbourne Law School.
Adam is an active interdisciplinary researcher publishing on a variety of topics including e-health and telecommunications policy. His current research focuses on the legal, regulatory and policy implications of the networked society. His current research projects include the Internet of Things and regulation; automation and Australian defamation law; regulation of automated legal services; and furthering STEM education in secondary schools.
Adam holds a Juris Doctor and Master of Public Policy and Management from the University of Melbourne, and a Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Monash University. He is a member of the Victorian Society of Computers and the Law, the Australian Privacy Foundation and the IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology.