Dr. Daniel Hochstrasser
Position: Lecturer, Law - ECDF
College / Portfolio: College of Business and Law
School / Department: COBL|Graduate School of Business & Law
Campus: City Campus
Daniel is a lecturer in law at the Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT. His PhD examined the role played by the privilege against self-incrimination when law enforcement seeks access to an encrypted digital device.
- Criminal Justice
- Equity and Trusts
- LLB (cum laude) (UCT)
- LLM (by research) (Melbourne)
- PhD (Melbourne)
Prior to entering academia, Daniel practiced as a solicitor at Bowman Gilfillan (now Bowmans) in South Africa and Arnold Bloch Leibler and Baker McKenzie in Melbourne. He also spent three years at the Victorian Bar.
- Hochstrasser, D. (2022). When They Refuse: Encryption, Production Orders and Sentencing for Non-Compliance In: Criminal Law Journal, 46, 18 - 31
- Hochstrasser, D. (2022). Encryption and the Privilege against Self-Incrimination: What Happens When a Suspect Refuses to Divulge a Password In: University of New South Wales Law Journal, 45, 1185 - 1219