Milan Gandhi has worked as a policy advisor within the Australian defence sector and led a national non-profit think tank investigating questions at the intersection of law and new technologies.
Milan is interested in shaping a healthier relationship between digital technologies, such as social media, and democracy. Milan's employer, DMTC, was the first defence-focused cooperative research centre in Australia.
At DMTC, his public policy work has focused on, inter alia, health security and national preparedness for CBRN events.
Before joining DMTC, Milan was a litigation lawyer at a leading law firm, McCullough Robertson, serving clients in the construction and technology sectors. There, he held a dual role as the firm’s first innovation ambassador, providing advice to the executive on opportunities for technological and business innovation.
Milan is also the founder of the Legal Forecast, a non-profit think tank exploring issues at the intersection of law and new technologies.
Milan is the 2022 Lee Liberman John Monash Scholar.