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AustLII's fourth lunchtime Research Seminar for 2014 will be presented by Professor Graham Greenleaf, Faculty of Law, UNSW Australia, on the topic Free access subject resources - The International Privacy Law Library. Details of the seminar topic and the speaker are below.
Date: 28 November 2014
Time: 12:00 - 1:00
Venue: AustLII Offices, Level 12, Building 10, 235-253 Jones Street, Ultimo - see map (PDF)
RSVP by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 to Cathy Quigley Tel: 02 9514 4921 or Email: seminar(at)austlii.edu.au
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|Topic:||Free access subject resources - The International Privacy Law Library|
|Speaker:||Professor Graham Greenleaf, Faculty of Law, UNSW Australia, Co-Director, AustLII.|
|Duration:||The seminar lasts for an hour, including 20 minutes for discussion.|
This presentation demonstrates and explains the International Privacy Law Library on WorldLII, as an example of how free access LIIs can collaborate to build a global research resource on a specific legal topic, and do so on a low and sustainable budget. Parts of the Library's development and maintenance are automated, parts are not. A paper on the Library is available from SSRN.
Graham Greenleaf has a research appointment as Professor of Law & Information Systems at UNSW Australia. He has held Visiting Fellowships at Universities in Edinburgh, London, Seoul, Korea, and Hyderabad, India. His current areas of research focus are Asian data protection and privacy laws, public rights in copyright, and the globalisation of free Internet access to legal information. He is a co-founder and Co-Director since 1995 of the free-access Internet law service, the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII). In 2010 he was made a member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his contributions to advancing free access to legal information, and to the protection of privacy.
Presentation (PDF - 123KB)