Dr Uta Kohl

BA/LLB (Hons) Tasmania, Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory, PhD (University of Canberra)

Dr Uta Kohl

Senior Lecturer - Deputy Director of Research

Department Director of PG Studies

Contact Details

Teaching

Research

Human Rights Trustee on the board of the Internet Watch Foundation https://www.iwf.org.uk/ September 2014 - Symposium, sponsored by Google Inc : 'National Law v Transnational Online Communications - Re-Negotiating Westphalia?'

Member, Editorial Team, European Journal of Current Legal Issues http://webjcli.org/ Member, Editorial Board, European Journal of Law and Information Technology, http://ejlt.org/index
Member, Editorial Board, Cambrian Law Review

My research interests are broadly two-fold: (1) Internet governance incl. Jurisdictional issues, online intermediaries, defamation, privacy, freedom of speech and restrictions (2) Corporate governance (including Alien Tort Statute, corporate manslaughter, corporate human rights, corporate human rights abuses, corporate personality) I welcome PhD application on any of the above or related areas.Invited Papers (last two years)

Stanford University, Centre for Internet and Society, ‘Law, Borders, and Speech Conference’ 24-25 October, ‘What has happened to the Presumption against Extraterritoriality?’

European Law Institute, Internet Jurisdiction – Thinking Outside the Box(es) , Vienna, 28 November 2016, ‘The Unsolvable Jurisdiction Dilemma and Global Law’

Queen Mary University, CLSGC/CEILA Seminar Series on 'The Concept of Jurisdiction' - 3 December 2015 - 'The Public/Private Dimensions of Jurisdiction'

Chair of Panel on 'Hot Domestic Topics' iCLIC conference, Southampton on 17-18 September 2015 'Enrolling Intermediaries in the Law Enforcement Process'

Oxford Brooks 'Criminal Law in the Digital Age' workshop 16 July 2015 - 'Methodological Nationalism and the Construction of Harm - and the Internet Factor'

Perpignan University, Guest Lecture 'Is 'free speech' the new 'free trade' on the internet?' 2 April 2

Office Hours (Student Contact Times)

  • Wednesday 14.00-16.00

Publications

Islamophobia, 'Gross Offensiveness' and the InternetKohl, U. 2017 In : Information and Communications Technology Law.27, 1, p. 111-131
Conflict of Laws and the InternetKohl, U. 2017 Oxford Handbook of the Law and Regulation of Technology . Brownsword, R., Scotford, E. & Yeung, K. (eds.). Oxford : Oxford University Press
The Net and the Nation State: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Internet Governance Kohl, U. (ed.) 2017 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 250 p.
‘Internet Governance and the Resilience of the Nation State’Kohl, U. & Fox, C. 2017 The Net and the Nation State: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Internet Governance. Kohl , U. (ed.). Cambridge University Press
'Censorship & Cyberborders through EU Data Protection Law'Kohl, U. & Rowland, D. 2017 The Net and the Nation State: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Internet Governance. Kohl, U. (ed.). Cambridge University Press, p. 93-109
Information Technology LawRowland, D., Kohl, U. & Charlesworth, A. 2016 fifth ed. London : Taylor & Francis. 592 p.
Jurisdiction in CyberspaceKohl, U. 2015 Research Handbook on International Law and Cyberspace. Tsagourias, N. & Buchan, R. (eds.). Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 30-54 (Research Handbooks in International Law Series)
Corporate Human Rights Accountability: the Objections of Western Governments to the Alien Tort StatuteKohl, U. 2014 In : International and Comparative Law Quarterly.63, 03, p. 665-69733 p.
Barbarians in Our Midst: 'Cultural Diversity' on the Transmational InternetKohl, U. 2014 In : European Journal of Law and Technology.5, 1
Google is unlikely to avoid UK courts on PrivacyKohl, U. 2013
Google: the rise and rise of online intermediaries in the governance of the Internet and beyond (Part 2)Kohl, U. 2013 In : International Journal of Law and Information Technology.21, 2, p. 187-23448 p.
The rise and rise of online intermediaries in the governance of the Internet and beyond – connectivity intermediariesKohl, U. 2012 International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 26, 2-3, p. 185-21026 p.
Regulatory Competence over the internetKohl, U. 2011 Information Technology Law. Rowland, D., Kohl, U. & Charlesworth, A. (eds.). 4th ed.Taylor & Francis
Content Regulation: Liability of IntermediariesKohl, U. 2011 Information Technology Law. Rowland, D., Kohl, U. & Charlesworth, A. (eds.). 4th ed.Taylor & Francis, p. 69-98
Electronic CommerceKohl, U. 2011 Information Technology Law. Rowland, D., Kohl, U. & Charlesworth, A. (eds.). 4th ed.Taylor & Francis, p. 232-278
Information Technology LawRowland, D., Kohl, U. & Charlesworth, A. 2011 6 ed.Oxford University Press.
Law and the InternetKohl, U. 2010 In : International Journal of Law and Information Technology.18, 2, p. 194-1963 p.
The Future of Online Property... And Ms AtamirzayevaKohl, U. 2009 In : Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology.3, 1, p. 191-1933 p.
The Sun, Liverpudlians and ‘The Truth’: A Corporate Right to Human Rights?Kohl, U. 2008 Human Rights in the Market Place: The Exploitation of Rights Protection by Economic Actors. Harding, C., Kohl, U. & Salmon, N. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 23-5230 p. (Markets and the Law)
Human Rights in the Market Place: The Exploitation of Rights Protection by Economic ActorsHarding, C., Kohl, U. & Salmon, N. 2008 Taylor & Francis.
Freedom of Expression in the Market PlaceKohl, U. 2008 Human Rights in the Market Place: The exploitation of Rights Protection by Economic Actors. Harding, C., Kohl, U. & Salmon, N. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 197-22832 p. (Markets and the Law)
Jurisdiction and the Internet: Regulatory Competence over Online ActivityKohl, U. 2007 Cambridge University Press.
Companies, International Trade and Human RightsKohl, U. 2006 In : Australian Year Book of International Law.25, 1 p.
Human Rights and Development: Towards Mutual ReinforcementKohl, U. 2006 In : Cambrian Law Review.
Ignorance is no Defence but is Inaccessibility? On the Accessibility of National Laws to Foreign Online PublishersKohl, U. 2005 In : Information and Communications Technology Law.14, 1, p. 25-4117 p.
Who has the Right to Govern Online Activity? A Criminal and Civil Point of ViewKohl, U. 2004 In : International Review of Law, Computers and Technology.18, 3, p. 387-41024 p.
Conflicts of Law in AustraliaKohl, U. 2004 In : Australian Year Book of International Law.23, p. 218
The Rule of Law, Jurisdiction and the InternetKohl, U. 2004 In : International Journal of Law and Information Technology.12, 3, p. 365-37612 p.
Defamation on the Internet - Nice Decision, Shame about the Reasoning: Dow Jones & Co Inc v GutnickKohl, U. 2003 In : International and Comparative Law Quarterly.52, 4, p. 1049-105810 p.
Eggs, Jurisdiction and the InternetKohl, U. 2002 In : International and Comparative Law Quarterly.51, 3, p. 556-58227 p.
Internet Law and Regulation: 3rd EditionKohl, U. 2002 In : Journal of Information, Law & Technology.1, 1 p.
Injunctions v Damages (The Age of the Internet): Old Battle of Remedies Revisited Kohl, U. 2001 In : Journal of Law and Information Science.11, 2, p. 160-18223 p.
Yahoo! - but no Hooray! for the international online communityKohl, U. 2001 In : Australian Law Journal.75, 7, p. 411-4166 p.
Digital McLuhan - A Guide to the Information MillenniumKohl, U. 2000 In : Journal of Law and Information Science.11, 2, p. 2791 p.
Defamation on the Internet – A Duty Free Zone After All?: Macquarie Bank Ltd & Anor v BergKohl, U. 2000 In : Sydney Law Review.22, 1, p. 119-14022 p.
Legal Reasoning and Legal Change in the Age of the Internet - Why the Ground Rules are still ValidKohl, U. 1999 In : International Journal of Law and Information Technology.7, 2, p. 123-15129 p.
The Horror-Scope For The Taxation Office: The Internet And Its Impact On `Residence'Kohl, U. 1998 In : University of New South Wales Law Journal.21, 2, p. 436-45116 p.