Andrew Kenyon is Professor of Law and an associate of the Centre for Media and Communications Law in the Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne. He researches in comparative media law, including defamation, privacy, free speech and media policy.
As well as legal doctrine, this work draws on a wide range of social and media studies research. Among other work, he has conducted multi-year doctrinal and empirical research into defamation law, litigation and news production practices in Australia, the UK, USA, Malaysia and Singapore, and extensive research on comparative approaches to free speech. He has law degrees from the universities of Melbourne (LLB, PhD) and London (LLM), and has had been a visiting professor at the University of British Columbia, London School of Economics, Queen Mary University of London, and University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne. Between 1999 and 2012 he edited the Media & Arts Law Review (with colleagues from 2009-2012) and his memberships include the International Communication Association, the European Communication Research and Education Association, the Law and Society Association, and the Socio-Legal Studies Association.
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The Australasian Legal Scholarship Library: New Content And Sophistication For A World-Lea..
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The Australasian Legal Scholarship Library: New Content And Sophistication For A World-Leading Legal Scholarship Repository And Citator
This project will dramatically improve the size and usefulness of the Australasian Legal Scholarship Library which is accessible online for ..
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Communication in the digital environment: An empirical study into copyright law and digitisation practices in public museums, galleries and libraries
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Conference Proceedings | 2005 | Communication at Work: 2005 Australia and New Zealand Communication Association Conference Proceedings (ANZCA05)
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Melbourne
Master of Laws (Distinction)
University of London
Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
University of Melbourne