Thanks for visiting my web pages. My work concerns inter-relationships between information technology and law: legal information systems and cyberspace law. I hold a research appointment as Professor of Law & Information Systems at UNSW Faculty of Law, and am Co-Director of the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) and associated international projects (particularly AsianLII, CommonLII & WorldLII). In 2014 I completed Asian Data Privacy Laws: Trade and Human Rights Perspectives (OUP 2014) In 2015 I am continuing research on the global development of data privacy laws, and I am co-authoring books on public rights/ the public domain in copyright law, and on free access to legal information in Australia. More details of my past and current work are in my biographical note (short and longer versions), and details of previous appointments, awards, grants, consultancies etc are on my background page. See also my UNSW Law Faculty profile.Graham Greenleaf AM
Professor of Law & Information Systems, University of New South Wales Faculty of Law
Co-Director, Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII)
Data Privacy Laws: Trade and
Human Rights Perspectives (OUP 2014)
Privacy Law Library
Tables of Data Privacy Laws and Bills (4rd Ed, January
– 109 countries with data privacy laws and 22 official Bills.
Greenleaf, G Asian Data Privacy Laws: Trade and Human Rights Perspectives (Oxford University Press, October 2014, 624 pgs) - Chapter 1 available free online - Reviews by: Bob Gellman (on http://bobgellman.com/); K Royal in The Privacy Advisor (on iapp website); Prof. Pablo Palazzi (on Data Privacy Laws blog); Prof Charles Raab (in Privacy Laws & Business International Report)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Mail: Faculty of Law, UNSW, Sydney 2052 , Australia
Tel: +61 (0) 2 9385 2233 (UNSW), Fax: +61 (0) 2 9385 1175 (UNSW)
This page created 1 October 1995. Last updatedat the
date of the most recent addition above.
This page is http://www2.austlii.edu.au/~graham/ – These are not official UNSW pages.