Deborah Hartstein is a PhD Candidate at UNSW Law, supervised by Bronwen Morgan and Amy Cohen. Her PhD is looking at the law and political economy of the use of ‘platform technologies’ (e.g. data and algorithms) in Australian food retail. Deborah has a JD (Distinction) from UNSW, has written in the area of legal professional regulation, and has worked as a research assistant for a number of UNSW law faculty members – including members of the Allens Hub’s FLIP stream, researching topics like the use of AI in the practice of law. Deborah’s research interests fan out from the point of intersection of law, technology, and society.