Associate professor, University of Calgary

Emily is an Associate Professor at the University of Calgary Faculty of Law and author of the book Regulation Speech in Cyberspace: gatekeepers, human rights and corporate responsibility (Cambridge University Press, 2015). Prior to joining the Faculty of Law, Emily spent almost ten years in the United Kingdom where she completed her LLM and PhD at the London School of Economics and Political Science and held a tenure-track lectureship with the University of East Anglia Law School.

She researches in the areas of technology law, media law, copyright, human rights and corporate social responsibility. Her research focuses on legal issues related to online abuse, defamation, intermediary liability, privacy and free speech. She has advised and spoken concerning her research to a wide variety of stakeholders, including government, NGOs, practitioners, scholars, judges and the general public.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in information technology, intellectual property and media law, University of East Anglia