- Graham Greenleaf
Professor, Co-Director - AustLII
BA LLB Syd, FACS
I am appointed to a research position as Professor of Law & Information Systems. I specialise in the relationships between information technology and law, and research in the areas of cyberspace law, data protection and privacy, legal information systems and intellectual property.
My current areas of research focus are Asian data protection and privacy laws, public rights in copyright, and the globalization of free Internet access to legal information. I am the co-founder and UNSW Co-Director of AustLII, and the co-founder of the Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre, and from 2000-2010 its Academic Director.
In 2010 I was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) with the Citation: "For service to the law through the development of free electronic access to legal information, and as a leader in the protection of privacy."
A more detailed Biographical Note is available from my Personal Website.
Areas of expertise
Privacy and data protection law, including in Asia; Legal information systems, including free access to legal information; Copyright law, particularly the public domain
I am now engaged only in research, and in AustLII management, and am no longer teaching LLB or LLM courses, or taking on new postgraduate supervisions.
I teach some Continuing Legal Education courses on free access to legal information, and on data privacy.
My previous PhD supervisions include Dan Svantesson, Christine Burns, Catherine Bond, and Alana Maurushat, and current PhD supervisions are of John Selby and Philip Chung.
Current academic grants are:
All previous academic grants (to 1992) are listed on the Grants page of my Personal Website