The Ultimate Boundary of Digital Property
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Throughout my undergraduate studies in law I took a keen interest in politics, economics and constitutional and international law. I also worked at that time for the Crown Law Office of Queensland and gained significant experience in Public Law. After graduating I worked as a Research Associate for the High Court of Australia at the direction of then Justice William Deane (at the time when Sir Anthony Mason was Chief Justice). This time at the High Court provided new ideas and experience in relation to legal research (especially computerised legal databases), writing, reasoning and conceptual thinking. It also allowed me to see the inner workings of the highest court in the land and to work on a number of significant constitutional law opinions. During this time Justice Deane was a generous mentor and pointed out to me the importance of the legal area of Restitution and the special expertise of Professor Peter Birks at Oxford University in relation to this topic.
Thesis (PhD Doctorate)
Doctor of Philosophy by Publication (PhD)
Griffith Law school
PhD by Publication