Contributing to Connected Law
We are always looking for volunteers to contribute to Connected Law.
Contributing through the student blog or writing short articles is an excellent way for students who are interested in intellectual property law to collaborate with staff and like-minded students and begin building a portfolio of work. The student blog provides a forum for students to refine their knowledge and writing skills and write for a broader audience.
Becoming involved with Connected Law or Creative Commons Australia during an undergraduate Bachelor of Laws degree can be of enormous benefit to those interested in pursuing a career in intellectual property law.
How to contribute?
There are many ways in which students can contribute, including:
- Working with Creative Commons Australia
- Independent research projects (LWB497)
- VRES scheme
- Academic essay competitions
- Professional publications (eg IP Law Bulletin, Internet Law Bulletin)
- Research and collaboration (intermediaries, cultural commons, sharing economy, authorisation liability, fair delaing),
What you need to do?
- Submit a proposal to Nic Suzor at firstname.lastname@example.org. This should include a title and a brief 5 dot-point outline of the areas you would like to discuss.
- Interested but unsure what you’d like to write about? There are generally ongoing projects and research topics that we can suggest. Contact Nic Suzor at email@example.com.