Maya Arguello Gomez
Maya Argüello Gomez is a Lecturer in Law and PhD Candidate at Swinburne Law School.
Maya's current research focus is on the use of AI within the justice system, specifically dealing with terrorism, national security and human rights.
Maya has an interdisciplinary background, in humanities/social science and law and teaches both law and criminology at the Swinburne Law school. Maya is a research member of AVERT (Addressing Violent Extremism and Radicalisation to Terrorism Research Network), an Affiliate for the National Centre for Reconciliation Practice (Swinburne), a professional member of the Australian Film Institute / Australia Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AFI/ACCTA) and a member of the U.S. Embassy Australia Alumni Alliance Leadership Network.
Criminal Law; Artificial intelligence; International Law; Human Rights Law; Law and Society; Digital Criminology
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Criminal Law - 480401
- Criminology - 440200
- International Humanitarian And Human Rights Law - 480307
Also published as: Arguello Gomez, Maya; Arguello Gomez, M.; Arguello Gomez, Samaya; Arguello Gomez, S.; Allsop, Samara L.; Allsop, Samara Lea ; Argüello Gomez, M.; Argüello Gomez, Maya; Argüello Gomez, S.; Argüello Gomez, Samaya; Argüello, M.; Argüello, Maya; Argüello, S.; Argüello, Samaya; Borom, Maya; Borom, Samaya; Chanthaphavong, Samaya; Chanthaphavong, Samaya L. S.
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