Dr Kathy Bowrey is a Professor and Associate Dean (Research) at the Faculty of Law, UNSW, Sydney. Her research is primarily in the areas of history and philosophy of IP, copyright, art, new media, legal theory and western legal categories that relate to indigenous cultural and intellectual property.

She currently supervises postgraduate research students in the following areas:

  • Property, Theory and Copyright;
  • Copyright and Indigenous Works. A comparative Analysis; 
  • Intellectual Property and Cultural Rights; 
  • The ‘User’ in an Online Environment. Beyond a Legal Perspective; 
  • National...

JANET is a multidisciplinary scholar with research interests in criminal justice policy and practice, sociology of organisation and occupation, and the social organisation of creativity. She is internationally recognised for her contributions to policing research, especially her work on police culture and socialisation, police reform, and the use of information technology in policing. Her major publications in this field include Changing Police Culture (Cambridge University Press 1997) and Fair Cop: Learning the Art of Policing (University of Toronto Press 2003).

Janet has been awarded a...

Roger Clarke is an independent consultant in the strategic and policy implications of advanced information technologies, with a particular focus on eBusiness, information infrastructure, and dataveillance and privacy.

He is a Visiting Professor in Law at UNSW and a Visiting Professor in Computer Science at the ANU. He has also held Visiting Professorships at the University of Hong Kong (2002-07), the University of Bern, and the University of Linz.

He holds Honours and Masters degrees in Commerce (IS) from UNSW, and a PhD from the ANU. He was made a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society...

My research is about private law and its internal structures and architecture. My research is premised on the view that private law should be transparent and rational. Law should offer an acceptable degree of predictability of outcome and those who apply it should be accountable in part by the giving of defensible reasons. The development of a taxonomy by which we can understand private law assists in achieving and maintaining these objectives. It is therefore necessary to have a view of private law as an integrated whole rather than simply as a collection of discrete and sometimes merely...

Bassina Farbenblum is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law. She leads the Australian Human Rights Centre's Migrant and Refugee Rights Project, and directs UNSW's Human Rights Clinic.

Dr Alexandra George joined the UNSW Law Faculty in 2007, having had earlier academic appointments at Queen Mary, University of London, the University of Wales, Swansea and the University of Exeter in the UK. She has also worked at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy and at the University of Sydney, has practised as an intellectual property and media lawyer, was Associate to Justice MF Moore in the Federal Court of Australia and the Industrial Relations Court of Australia, and worked in journalism at Reuters.

Alexandra’s research focuses on international intellectual property...

Michael is a Professor in the Faculty of Law. He researches in the field of intellectual property law, focusing in particular on national and international trade mark law and the international regulation of geographical indications of origin.

He is the co-author of Australian Trade Mark Law (2nd ed, Oxford University Press, 2016), one of the leading texts on the topic, and Australian Intellectual Property: Commentary, Law and Practice (2nd ed, Oxford University Press, 2015). He is also the author of a large number of book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles across various fields of...

Fleur Johns is Professor and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Law and works in the areas of public international law and legal theory. Fleur studies patterns of governance on the global plane, employing an interdisciplinary approach that draws on the social sciences and humanities and combines the study of public and private law. In recent years, her work has focused on the role of automation and digital technology in global legal relations, especially in development, humanitarian aid and disaster relief. She is currently working on a collaborative, Australian Research Council...

Dr Daniel Joyce is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law, UNSW. For more information please see Dr Joyce's Faculty profile.

Michael Legg is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, UNSW. For more information please see Associate Professor Legg's Faculty profile.

Justine Nolan is an Associate Professor n the Faculty of Law at UNSW Sydney and Associate Dean (Academic).  She is a Visiting Fellow at NYU's Stern Center for Business and Human Rights.  For further information please see her Faculty profile.

Nofar Sheffi is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, UNSW Sydney. Intersecting contract, critical and media theory, Nofar’s work explores the technologies of government, operation of computer systems, constitution of domains and internal dynamics of online marketplaces.

Professor Alex Steel researches and teaches in criminal law and legal education. 

His legal education publications range across the pedagogy and regulation of legal education, curriculum design, assessment practices and student wellbeing.  He is member of the nationally funded Smart Casual project developing online professional development for sessional law teachers (www.smartlawteacher.org).  He has been a Consultant to the Australian Law School Standards Committee and a co-convenor of the Legal Education Associate Deans Network. He blogs on legal education issues via http://lawschoolvibe...