Melissa de Zwart

Professor Melissa de Zwart

Dean of Law

Adelaide Law School

Faculty of the Professions

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.


A thought-leader in the area of law and technology, Melissa has a strong international profile in the areas of internet law and the regulation of access to and uses of outer space. She has published widely on copyright, digital technology, internet law, surveillance and outer space. Building upon her practical experience as in-house counsel at CSIRO and in private legal practice, she has a strong understanding of the value of commercialisation of cutting edge technology as well as the regulatory and legal issues which may arise. As Deputy Chair of the Space Industry Association, she brings a passion for the support of a vibrant space industry in Australia, working on the regulatory environment that will support this.
Melissa joined the University of Adelaide in 2011 and has been Dean of Law since 2017. She holds a PhD from Monash University, an LLM from the University of Melbourne, and a BA (Hons) and LLB (Hons) from the University of Melbourne, as well as a Grad Cert in Higher Education from Monash and a Grad Cert in Higher Education (Online Learning) from the University of Adelaide. Prior to joining Adelaide Law School, she was a Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer at Monash University (1996-2009) and an Associate Professor UNISA (2009-2010). She has held visiting positions at The University of Amsterdam (2002), and National University of Singapore (2006 and 2017). Melissa has also served on the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Classification Review Board (2009-2014). She is a Lieutenant, Royal Australian Navy (Reserve) and holds a current practising certificate in South Australia.
Melissa is the Chair of the Editorial Board of the Woomera Manual on Military Space Operations; a Member of the International Institute of Space Law and a Fellow and Board Member of the Australian Academy of Law. She is on the Editorial Board of the Alternative Law Journal and Legalities: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Law and Society, and previously Editor of the Media & Arts Law Review (2013-2020).
Melissa is currently the Chair of the Council of Australian Law Deans, having served as Deputy Chair from 2017-2020.

Research Interests

Copyright, fair dealing, digital technology, technology and innovation, space, commercial space, content regulation, online games, social networking, governance of online environments, digital identity, new media, convergence.

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  • Appointments

    Date Position Institution name
    2019 Board Member Space Industry Association of Australia
    2019 Lieutenant Royal Australian Navy
    2016 - 2019 Member, Advisory Council Space Industry Association of Australia
    2011 Professor University of Adelaide
    2009 - 2014 Member Attorney-General's Department Australia
    2009 - 2011 Associate Professor University of South Australia
    1996 - 2009 Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer Monash University
    1994 - 1998 Manager, Corporate Legal Services Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
  • Education

    Date Institution name Country Title
    2012 - 2013 University of Adelaide Australia Graduate Certificate Higher Education (Online Learning)
    2000 - 2006 Monash University Australia PhD
    2000 - 2001 Monash University Australia Graduate Certificate Higher Education
    1995 - 1996 University of Melbourne Australia LL.M.
    1986 - 1991 University of Melbourne Australia B.A. (Hons)
    1986 - 1992 University of Melbourne Australia LL.B (Hons)
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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2020 de Zwart, M. (2020). International Space Law and Military Use of Space.
    2020 de Zwart, M. (2020). Book Review: Accessory to War: The Unspoken Alliance between Astrophysics and the Military and Routledge Handbook of War; Law and Technology. Adelaide Law Review, 41(1), 353-361.
    2020 de Zwart, M. (2020). Accessory to war: The unspoken alliance between astrophysics and the military. Adelaide Law Review, 41(1), 353-361.
    2019 Lisk, J. W., & de Zwart, M. (2019). Watch This Space: The Development of Commercial Space Law in Australia and New Zealand. Federal Law Review, 47(3), 1-25.
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    2019 de Zwart, M. (2019). South Australia’s Role in the Space Race: Then and Now. Adelaide Law Review, 40(1), 63-74.
    2019 de Zwart, M., & Stephens, D. (2019). The Space (Innovation) Race: The Inevitable Relationship between Military Technology and Innovation. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 20(1), 1-28.
    2018 de Zwart, M. J. (2018). Keeping the neighbourhood safe: how does social media moderation control what we see (and think)?. Alternative Law Journal, 43(4), 283-288.
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    2018 Richards, B., de Zwart, M., Reilly, A., Le Mire, S., & Webster, A. (2018). Enhancing the First Year Curriculum and Experience: Law School 'Boot Camp'. Legal Education Review, 28.
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    2018 de Zwart, M. (2018). We have lift off! Why Australia needs the new space agency. Alternative Law Journal, 43(2), 71-72.
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    2018 de Zwart, M. J. (2018). Book Review: The Commercial Appropriation of Fame: A Cultural Analysis of the Right of Publicity and Passing Off. Media and Arts Law Review, 22(1), 114-117.
    2017 de Zwart, M., & Stephens, D. (2017). Non-Military Space Testing in the Woomera Prohibited Area: Opportunities for the Australian Space industry. Federal Law Review, 45(1), 39-64.
    2017 Humphreys, S., & de Zwart, M. (2017). Data retention, journalist freedoms and whistleblowers. Media International Australia, 165(1), 103-116.
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    2017 de Zwart, M., & Lisk, J. W. (2017). Development of the New Zealand and Australian Space Industries: Regulation for a Sustainable Future. Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law, 60, 523-540.
    2016 De Zwart, M., McInnes, C., Costello, S., Arnold, B., McDonald, K., Cutcher, N., . . . Russell, S. (2016). Downunderallover: Developments around the country. Alternative Law Journal, 41(3), 209-216.
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    2016 de Zwart, M. (2016). GOOGLE in Space? How Will Space Governance Accommodate Non-State Actors?. RUMLAE Research Paper, (16).
    2015 de zwart, M. (2015). Can we compete with "free, fast and easy"? Copyright reform to combat online infringement. Journal of the Copyright Society of Australia.
    2015 de Zwart, M. J. (2015). Introduction to the Special Issue. Media & Arts Law Review, 20(2), 1-4.
    2015 de Zwart, M. J. (2015). Introduction to the Special Issue. Media & Arts Law Review, 20(2), 1-4.
    2015 de Zwart, M. (2015). AJ. Brown, David Lewis, Richard Moberly and Wim Vandekerckhove, International Handbook on Whistleblowing Research (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014). Monash University Law Review, 41(1), 271-282.
    2015 de Zwart, M. J. (2015). Owning It: A Creative's Guide to Copyright, Contracts and the Law. Alternative Law Journal, 40(4), 293.
    2014 de Zwart, M., & Humphreys, S. (2014). The lawless frontier of deep space: code as law in EVE Online. Cultural Studies Review, 20(1), 77-99.
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    2014 De Zwart, M. (2014). Fairness and balance: lessons from Canada for the proposed Australian law of fair use. Australian Intellectual Property Journal, 24(3), 129-145.
    2014 de Zwart, M., & Richards, B. (2014). WI-FI in the ivory tower: reducing isolation of the law PhD student through social media networks. QUT Law Review, 14(1), 81-93.
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    2014 de Zwart, M., Humphreys, S., & Van Dissel, B. (2014). Surveillance, big data and democracy: lessons for Australia from the US and UK. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 37(2), 713-747.
    2014 Henderson, M., & de Zwart, M. (2014). ACCE submission to public consultation to "enhancing online safety for children". Australian Educational Computing, 29(1), 10 pages.
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    2013 de Zwart, M. (2013). Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property. Adelaide Law Review, 33.
    2013 de Zwart, M. (2013). Whistleblowers and the media: Friends or 'frenemies'?. Alternative Law Journal, 38(4), 250-254.
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    2013 de Zwart, M. (2013). Copyright and the Challenge of the New by Brad Sherman and Leanne Wiseman (eds). Media and Arts Law Review, 18(1), 70-74.
    2013 de Zwart, M. (2013). 'For fun rather than profit': Playing around with online games. Media and Arts Law Review, 18, 106-124.
    2012 de Zwart, M., & Humphreys, S. (2012). Playing in contested zones: norms, laws and rules in MMOGs. Media and Arts Law Review, 17(1), 1-22.
    2012 Humphreys, S., & de Zwart, M. (2012). Griefing, massacres, discrimination, and art: the limits of overlapping rule sets in online games. UC Irvine Law Reveiw, 2(2), 507-536.
    2012 de Zwart, M. (2012). Don't shoot the messenger: Wikileaks and the future of the internet. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 62(4), 1-12.
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    2011 de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., Henderson, M., & Phillips, M. (2011). Randoms vs Weirdos: Teen use of social networking sites and perceptions of legal risk. Alternative Law Journal, 36(3), 153-157.
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    2011 de Zwart, M. (2011). The Offensive Internet: Speech, Privacy and Reputation by Saul Levmore and Martha C Nussbaum (eds.). Media and Arts Law Review, 16(2), 223-228.
    2011 Lindsay, D., de Zwart, M., Henderson, M., & Phillips, M. (2011). Understanding legal risks facing children and young people using social networking sites. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61(1), 09.1-09.18.
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    2011 de Zwart, M. (2011). Virtual Justice : the new laws of online worlds by Greg Lastowka, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2010 [book review]. Media and Arts Law Review, 16, 116-121.
    2011 Lindsay, D. F., de Zwart, M., Henderson, M., & Phillips, M. (2011). Understanding Legal Risks Facing Children and Young People Using Social Network Sites. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61, 1.
    2010 de Zwart, M., & Huang, V. T. (2010). The Digital Economy Act (UK) – Preview for Down Under?. The Fortnightly Review of IP & Media Law, (5).
    2010 de Zwart, M., & Reynolds, R. (2010). The Duty To 'Play': Ethics, EULAs and MMOs. International Journal of Internet Research Ethics, 3(12), 48-68.
    2010 de Zwart, M. (2010). Japanese lessons: what can otaku teach us about copyright and gothic girls?. Alternative Law Journal, 35(1), 27-30.
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    2010 de Zwart, M. (2010). Contractual communities: effective governance of virtual worlds. The University of New South Wales Law Journal, 33(2), 605-627.
    2010 de Zwart, M. (2010). Angel(us) is my avatar! an exploration of the avatar identity in the guise of the vampire. Media and Arts Law Review, 15(3), 318-339.
    2010 Henderson, M., de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., & Phillips, M. (2010). Legal risks for students using social networking sites. Australian Educational Computing, 25(1), 3-7.
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    2009 de Zwart, M. (2009). Piracy vs. control: models of virtual world governance and their impact on player and user experience. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 2(3), 3-16.
    2009 de Zwart, M. (2009). The Regulation of Cyberspace: Control in the Online Environment by Andrew D Murray (Book Review). Media and Arts Law Review, 14(1), 105-108.
    2009 de Zwart, M. (2009). Copyright's Paradox by Neil Weinstock Netanel (book review). Media and Arts Law Review, 14(2), 226-230.
    2009 de Zwart, M. (2009). The Copyright Amendment Act 2006: The New Copyright Exceptions. Monash University Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper, (2007).
    2009 de Zwart, M. J. (2009). The Role of Copyright in Innovation. Copyright Reporter, 27(2), 40.
    2008 Lindsay, D., Rodrick, S., & de Zwart, M. (2008). Regulating Internet and Convergent Mobile Content: The New Content Services Regime. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 58(2-3), 31.1-31.29.
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    2007 de Zwart, M. (2007). The future of Fair Dealing in Australia: protecting freedom of communication. Script-ed, 4(1), 95-116.
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    2007 de Zwart, M. (2007). Intellectual Property Stories by Jane Ginsburg and Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss (eds),(Book Review). Media and Arts Law Review, 12(1), 136-140.
    2006 de Zwart, M. (2006). The Internet in 2006: A Global, Corporate or Community Construct? (Book review). Melbourne University Law Review, 0 pages.
    2006 de Zwart, M. (2006). Fair Use? Fair Dealing?. Copyright Reporter, 24(1-2), 20-37.
    2005 de Zwart, M. (2005). A New Fair Use Law for Australia?. The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter, 9(2), 7-10.
    2005 de Zwart, M. (2005). TCN Channel Nine v Network Ten (no 2). Media and Arts Law Review, 10(3), 249-256.
  • Books

    Year Citation
    2016 Richards, B., & de Zwart, M. (2016). Tort Law Principles (2 ed.). Pyrmont, NSW: Thomson Reuters.
    2015 de Zwart, M., Richards, B., & Le Mire, S. (Eds.) (2015). Law and Popular Culture in Australia. LexisNexis Butterworths.
    2013 Richards, B., de Zwart, M., & Ludlow, K. (2013). Tort Law Principles (6th ed.). Pyrmont, NSW: Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia.
    2010 Campbell, E., Fox, R., & de Zwart, M. (2010). Students' guide to legal writing, law exams and self assessment (3 ed.). Annandale, N.S.W.: Federation Press.
  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2021 de Zwart, M., & Henderson, S. (2021). Introduction. In M. de Zwart, & S. Henderson (Eds.), Commercial and Military Uses of Outer Space (Vol. 5, pp. 1-4). Singapore: Springer.
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    2021 de Zwart, M., & Henderson, S. (2021). Introduction. In M. de Zwart, & S. Henderson (Eds.), Commercial and Military Uses of Outer Space (Vol. 5, pp. 1-4). Singapore: Springer.
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    2021 de Zwart, M. (2021). To the moon and beyond: The Artemis Accords and the evolution of space law. In M. de Zwart, & S. Hederson (Eds.), Commercial and Military Uses of Outer Space (pp. 65-80). Singapore: Springer.
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    2021 de Zwart, M. (2021). To the moon and beyond: The Artemis Accords and the evolution of space law. In M. de Zwart, & S. Hederson (Eds.), Commercial and Military Uses of Outer Space (pp. 65-80). Singapore: Springer.
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    2020 de Zwart, M. J. (2020). Intellectual property, innovation and new space technology. In G. Austin, A. Christie, A. Kenyon, & M. Richardson (Eds.), Across Intellectual Property: Essays in Honour of Sam Ricketson (pp. 144-157). Cambridge; United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
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    2020 de Zwart, M. J. (2020). Repost this: Instagram and the art of re-photography. In L. Edwards, B. Schfer, & E. Harbinja (Eds.), Future Law: Emerging Technology, Regulation and Ethics (pp. 364-382). Edinburgh, Scotland; United Kingdom: Edinburgh University Press.
    2019 de Zwart, M. (2019). New Technologies and the Law of Naval Warfare. In D. Stephens, & M. Stubbs (Eds.), The Law of Naval Warfare (pp. 283-304). NSW; Australia: LexisNexis.
    2019 Stubbs, M., & de Zwart, M. (2019). Developing Effective Space Traffic Management to Promote Sustainable Uses of Outer Space. In M. Spencer (Ed.), Project Asteria 2019: Space Debris, Space Traffic Management and Space Sustainability (pp. 125-144). Air Power Development Centre.
    2019 de Zwart, M. (2019). Outer Space. In W. Boothby (Ed.), New Technologies and the Law in War and Peace (pp. 337-358). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
    2017 de Zwart, M. (2017). 'Someone is angry on the internet': copyright, creativity and control in the context of fan fiction. In M. Richardson, & S. Ricketson (Eds.), Research Handbook on Intellectual Property in Media and Entertainment (pp. 132-149). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
    2017 de Zwart, M. (2017). New Laws for New Space? Using Law Reform to Drive Commercial Space Initiatives. In R. Venkata Rao, V. Gopalkrishnan, & K. Abhijeet (Eds.), Recent Developments in Space Law: Opportunities & Challenges (pp. 61-74). Singapore: Springer Nature.
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    2016 de Zwart, M. (2016). Privacy for the weak, transparency for the powerful. In A. Kenyon (Ed.), Comparative Defamation and Privacy Law (pp. 224-245). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    2015 de Zwart, M., Richards, B., & Le Mire, S. (2015). Introduction. In M. de Zwart, B. Richards, & S. Le Mire (Eds.), Law and Popular Culture in Australia (pp. ix-xiii). Chatswood, NSW: LexisNexis Butterworths.
    2015 Le Mire, S., & de Zwart, M. (2015). Business law and popular culture. In M. de Zwart, B. Richards, & S. Le Mire (Eds.), Law and Popular Culture in Australia (pp. 131-142). Chatswood, NSW: LexisNexis Butterworths.
    2015 de Zwart, M. (2015). Whistleblowing and the law. In M. de Zwart, B. Richards, & S. Le Mire (Eds.), Law and Popular Culture in Australia (pp. 31-44). Chatswood, NSW: LexisNexis Butterworths.
    2015 de Zwart, M. (2015). Surveillance societies. In M. de Zwart, B. Richards, & S. Le Mire (Eds.), Law and Popular Culture in Australia (pp. 114-130). Chatswood, NSW: LexisNexis Butterworths.
    2014 De Zwart, M. (2014). Organized chaos. In Assessment: Case Studies, Experience and Practice from Higher Education (pp. 174-178).
    2013 de Zwart, M. (2013). Cosplay, creativity and immaterial labours of love. In D. Hunter, R. Lobato, M. Richardson, & J. Thomas (Eds.), Amateur Media: Social, cultural and legal perspectives (1 ed., pp. 170-177). United Kingdom: Routledge.
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    2013 Henderson, M., de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., & Phillips, M. (2013). Legal Risks and Social Networking: Removing the Blinkers on Cyber Safety. In R. Hanewald (Ed.), From Cyber Bullying to Cyber Safety: Issues and Approaches in Educational Contexts (1 ed., pp. 133-148). United States: Nova Science Publishers.
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    2012 de Zwart, M., & Lindsay, D. (2012). My self, my avatar, my rights?: avatar identitiy in social virtual worlds. In D. Riha (Ed.), Frontiers of Cyberspace (1 ed., pp. 81-100). Netherlands: Rodopi.
    2012 de Zwart, M. (2012). Geographical indications: Europe's strange chimera or developing countries' champion?. In A. Kenyon, N. Loon, & M. Richardson (Eds.), The Law of Reputation and Brands in the Asia Pacific (1 ed., pp. 233-252). United States: Cambridge University Press.
    2011 de Zwart, M. (2011). Anyone for a Vampwich? True Blood, Online Identity and Copyright. In G. Schott, & K. Moffat (Eds.), Fanpires: Audience Consumption of the Modern Vampire (1 ed., pp. 205-222). United States: New Academia Publishing.
    2010 Lindsay, D., de Zwart, M., & Collins, F. (2010). My Self, My Avatar, My Rights? Rights of Avatar Identity and Integrity in Virtual Worlds. In D. Riha (Ed.), Humanity in Cybernetic Environments (pp. 147-157). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
    2007 de Zwart, M. (2007). Australia's Fair Dealing Exceptions: Do They Facilitate or 166 Inhibit Creativity in the Production of Television Comedy?. In A. Kenyon (Ed.), TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia (pp. 166-196). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2017 Stephens, D., & De Zwart, M. (2017). The Manual of International Law Applicable to Military Uses of Outer Space. In Proceedings of the 68th International Astronautical Congress Vol. 19 (pp. 37108-1-37108-7). Adelaide, South Australia.
    2017 De Zwart, M., & Lisk, J. (2017). Development of the New Zealand and Australian space industries: Regulation for a sustainable future. In Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC Vol. 19 (pp. 12972-12980).
    2015 Ricci, M., Nursey-Bray, M., de Zwart, M., & Wilkinson, K. (2015). MOOCs: the AdelaideX experience. In Proceedings of the Higher Education Research Group Adelaide. Adelaide.
    2010 de Zwart, M., Henderson, M., Phillips, M., & Lindsay, D. (2010). I like, stalk them on Facebook: Teachers, privacy, and the risks of social networking sites. In K. Michael (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society : social implications and emerging technologies (pp. 319-326). Online: IEEExplore.
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    2010 Henderson, M., de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., & Phillips, M. (2010). Students' use of social networking tools : legal risks and other implications. In Australian Computers in Education Conference (pp. 6 pages). Adelaide, SA: Computers in Education Group of South Australia.
    2007 de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., & Rodrick, S. (2007). Mobile phones: Copyright in content. In Mobile Media 2007 : proceedings of an international conference on social and cultural aspects of mobile phones, convergent media and wireless technologies : 2-4 July 2007, the University of Sydney, Australia (pp. 276-287). Sydney: Dept. of Media and Communications.
    2006 Buxton, K., Jackson, K., de Zwart, M., Webster, L., & Lindsay, D. (2006). Recorded Lectures: Looking to the Future. In Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education: Who's Learning? Whose Technology? Vol. 1 (pp. 101-104). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
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    2006 Jackson, K., Potter, B., Lindsay, D., Webster, L., Buxton, K., & deZwart, M. (2006). Reducing staff and student workload: Redevelopment of an online law unit. In ASCILITE 2006 - The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Vol. 2 (pp. 976).
  • Report for External Bodies

    Year Citation
    2011 de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., Henderson, M., & Phillips, M. (2011). Teenagers, legal risks and social networking sites. Australia: Monash University Faculty of Education.
  • Theses

    Year Citation
    2018 Zito, P. C. (2018). Geographical Indications: What is Their Worth? A Comparison of Geographical Indication Registrations Between Australia and Italy. (PhD Thesis, The University of Adelaide).

Copyright Agency Research Fellowship 2016: Copyright in an Instagram World

Copyright Society Research Grant 2014: Intermediary Liability

Surveillance and Big Data

Intellectual Property

Media Law

Law and Popular Culture

Tort Law

Cyberlaw

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  • Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2021 Principal Supervisor Intellectual Property in the 21st Century’s Space Race Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Chantel Rebbecca Cotterell
    2020 Co-Supervisor Law of the sea is an inspiration by analogy to the development of space law. Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mrs Tracy Lynn Reynolds
    2019 Principal Supervisor Legislating for Emerging Areas of Commercial Activity in Outer Space Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Joel Willis Lisk
    2019 Co-Supervisor Best Practices in Leveraging the AI Commercial Sector for US / Australia Defence Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time APrf Andrew Scott Bowne
  • Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2013 - 2017 Principal Supervisor To What Extent Can Libyan Intellectual Property Laws Protect Traditional Cultural Expressions From Unauthorised Use? Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Abdolhamed Masoud M Agal
    2013 - 2018 Principal Supervisor Geographical Indications: What is their Worth? A Comparison of Geographical Indication Registrations between Australia and Italy Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mrs Paula Caroline Zito
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  • Editorial Boards

    Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country
    2020 - ongoing Board Member Legalities: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Law and Society Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ) Australia
    2014 - ongoing Board Member Alternative Law Journal Australia
    2013 - ongoing Board Member Media & Arts Law Review University of Melbourne Australia
  • Position: Dean of Law
  • Phone: 83135172
  • Email: melissa.dezwart@adelaide.edu.au
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Ligertwood, floor 5
  • Room: 5 11
  • Org Unit: Adelaide Law School

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