Affiliations and resources
The centre works closely with AustLII, the Australasian Legal Information Institute. The Centre and its Research Associates are major contributors to the following research resources located on AustLII servers:
Australasian Intellectual Property Law Library: automated portal to IP-related cases, legislation and other primary and secondary legal resources hosted on AustLII, a meta-search tool, and a catalog of external links. (It was developed with assistance from the Unlocking IP ARC Linkage Project).
Australasian Intellectual Property Law Resources (AIPLRes): this is a part of the above AIP Library and contains a database of articles, conference papers etc., many written by by Research Associates of the Centre.
Australian Privacy and Surveillance Law Library: contains a portal to privacy-related cases, legislation and other resources hosted on AustLII, a meta-search tool, and a catalog of external links. (It was developed with assistance from the Interpreting Privacy Principles ARC Discovery Project)
Australian Privacy Law Resources (AUPrivLRes): similarly a part of the above Privacy Library, it contains articles, conference papers and the like.
Cyberspace Law Resources (CyberLRes): Database of articles, conference papers etc., many written by by Research Associates of the Centre.
Cyberspace Law Index - Part of the WorldLII World Law catalog and meta-search facility
These resources may be used by any researchers or students of cyberspace law.
The Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre intends to foster international research and teaching collaborations between the Centre and its Research Associates and their international peers.
- The Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law (NRCCL - Institutt for Rettsinformatikk) at the University of Oslo and the Centre signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote Cooperation on 7 November 2000. The MOU provides for cooperation in research (particularly in projects of global coverage), teaching and postgraduate research supervision. The two Centres are already cooperating in accommodating visiting scholars from the other, and in joint supervision of postgraduate researc
See the main Publications page, and those for various projects, for extensive lists of publications.
Research Associates of the Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre contribute editorially to the following journals in the field of cyberspace law:
- Privacy Laws & Business International (PLBI), and formerly Privacy Law and Policy Reporter (PLPR) - Graham Greenleaf and Nigel Waters
- Internet Law Bulletin (ILB) - Chris Connolly
- International Free and Open Source Software Law Review (IFOSSLR) - David Vaile (former founding co-editorial committee member)