Holli Sargeant is a solicitor committed to the lawful design and deployment of emergent technologies, such as artificial intelligence in corporate and government decision-making. Holli is particularly passionate about ensuring that artificial intelligence does not entrench discrimination or bias. Holli holds a Bachelor of Laws with first class Honours and a Bachelor of International Relations from Bond University. She has previously studied at the National University of Singapore and worked at the Singapore Academy of Law as a New Colombo Plan Scholar. Since graduating, she has worked at Herbert Smith Freehills as a founding member of its Digital Law Group and undertaken a secondment to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s Human Rights and Technology project. With her John Monash Scholarship, Holli intends to pursue a PhD in Law at the University of Cambridge where her research will focus on the legal and ethical design and governance of artificial intelligence. Holli plays cello and flute, performing in musicals, jazz bands and orchestras.