New Models for Book Publishing

9 February 2011 | Melbourne Business School

Emmett Stinson (Chair), Writer and Lecturer, The University of Melbourne
Nathan Hollier Manager, Monash University Publishing, Monash University
Piers Pickard Editorial Director, Lonely Planet
Graeme Connelly CEO and Director, Melbourne University Bookshop
Max Barry Author
Kwanghui Lim (Discussant) Associate Professor, Melbourne Business School

A free public seminar in Melbourne proudly presented by IPRIA in association with the Centre for Media and Communications Law (CMCL) , Melbourne Business School (MBS) and the Publishing and Communications Program at the University of Melbourne.

Inter-faculty Workshop on Law and Non-Communicable Diseases

24 February 2011 | Melbourne Law School

Professor Andrew Kenyon Melbourne Law School
Rob Moodie Nossal Institute for Global Health
David  Studdert Melbourne  School  of  Population Health, Melbourne Law School
Paula O’Brien Melbourne Law School

Brandjacking on Social Networks: Trademark Infringement by Impersonation of Markholders

15 March 2011 | Baker & McKenzie, Melbourne 17 March 2011 | Baker & McKenzie, Sydney

Lisa P. Ramsey Professor of Law, University of San Diego

Human Rights and Intellectual Property: Mapping the Global Interface

A free public seminar in Melbourne and Sydney proudly presented by IPRIA in association with the Centre for Media and Communications Law (CMCL) , Institute for International Law and the Humanities (iILaH)

11 May 2011 | Melbourne Law School
16 May 2011 | University of Technology Sydney

Professor Larry R Helfer Harry R. Chadwick, Sr. Professor of Law, Duke University, School of Law (USA)
Professor Graeme W Austin Professor of Law, Victoria University of Wellington ( New Zealand ) and The University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Shaun McVeigh Programme Director, Jurisdictions of the South, iILaH (Melbourne)
Professor Kathy Bowrey Associate Dean - Research, Faculty of Law, UNSW (Sydney)
Professor Megan Richardson Director, Centre for Media and Communications Law and Associate Director (IPRIA), The University of Melbourne (Melbourne)
Professor Jill McKeough Dean, Faculty of Law, UTS (Sydney)

The Final Cut: Film Censorhsip and Judicial Review in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia

20 May 2011 | Melbourne Law School

PhD Candidate Tiong Guan Saw Melbourne Law School
Professor Andrew Kenyon Melbourne Law School
Dr Amanda Whiting Melbourne Law School

Enforcement, Enforcement, What Enforcement?

27 May 2011 | Blake Dawson Melbourne
1 June 2011 | Blake Dawson Sydney

Professor Peter K Yu Kern Family Chair in Intellectual Property and Director, Intellectual Property Law Center , Drake University Law School , USA

The CMCL Medal 2011: New Voices in Media Law

Monday 5 September 2011 | The University of Melbourne

Roxanne Burd ‘To Supress, Or Not to Supress; Protecting the Right to a Fair Trial in the Twenty-First Century’
Sara Phung ‘Function Not Form: Protecting Sources of Bloggers’
Jessica Goulburn ‘Straw, Sticks or Bricks- How to Stop the Big Bad Wolf from Piggybacking’

The CMCL Medal seeks succinct, innovation analyses of contemporary issues in media law. Eligibility - Final year JD and LLB students in Australia and New Zealand, and those who graduated in the last five years and currently reside in Australia or New Zealand.

Each finalist made a short presentation of their paper before a judging panel chaired by the Honourable
Justice Whelan
over a dinner for legal and industry professionals, academics and students in Melbourne.

Bringing Open Justice to a New Level: Film Footage, Open Justice and the Media in England

Wednesday 2 November 2011 | Corrs Chamber Westgarth, Sydney
Thursday 3 November 2011 | Melbourne Law School

John  Battle Head  of  Compliance,  Independent Television News, UK

Brands and the Challenges of Grey Markets

Wednesday 26 October 2011 | Melbourne Business School

Owen Malone Intellectual Property for Treasury Wine Estates Limited
Don O’Sullivan Melbourne Business School
Susy Frankel Victoria University of Wellington
Vicki Huang Deakin University
Janice Luck Melbourne Law School

Keeping Secrets in Times of Weak Law

Friday 25 November 2011 | Melbourne Law School

Keynote Speakers:
Professor Dan Hunter Professor of Law, Director of the Institute for Information Law & Policy, New York Law School
Dr Philip Williams Chair, Frontier Economics, Melbourne
The Honorable Michael Kirby AC CMG

A one-day conference targeted at IP and media professionals, business managers, patent attorneys and policy analysts, academics and students. The conference discussed cybersecurity (morning session), trade/ commercial secrecy (afternoon session) and privacy (evening session).