Fellow (The Melbourne JD)
Corinne Tan is a Sessional Lecturer and Honorary Fellow at the Melbourne Law School. She currently teaches Legal Ethics in the Juris Doctor program.
Corinne is an internet governance, intellectual property and media law researcher. In particular, she is interested in exploring the intersection of law and technology on new media platforms, as well as the contextual factors that affect the effectiveness of various laws on the behaviours of regulatees. She has published widely in international law journals. Her monograph ‘Regulating Content on Social Media – Copyright, Terms of Service and Technological Features’ will be published by UCL Press in March 2018.
Corinne holds a PhD and LLM from the Melbourne Law School, as well as a LLB from the National University of Singapore. She has taught in Singapore and in Melbourne since 2012. She was called to the Singapore Bar in 2007 and practised as a lawyer for many years.
The Melbourne JD
Memberships and Affiliations
- Member, International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP)
- Member, Asian Pacific Copyright Association (APCA)