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“Copyright pluralism and human rights of the visually impaired persons” in Susy Frankel (ed) Is Intellectual Property Pluralism Functional? (Edward Elgar, 2018 forthcoming)
“Copyright Harmonisation in the Asian Pacific: Weaving the people together” in Susan Corbett and Jessica Lai (eds) Making Copyright Work for the Asian Pacific? Juxtaposing Harmonisation with Flexibility (ANU Press, Canberra, 2018).
“Intellectual Property and Human Rights” in Kris Gledhill and Margaret Bedggood (eds) International Human Rights Law in Aotearoa New Zealand (Thomson Reuters, Wellington, 2017).
“Human Rights Principles in the WIPO Marrakesh Treaty: Driving Change in Copyright Law from Within” (2019) 19(3) Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property (forthcoming)
“Deciphering the ‘Right to Read’ under International Human Rights Law: a Normative Framework for Equal Access” (Spring 2019 forthcoming) Wiscon Int’l L J.
“Cryptocurrencies and consumer rights in New Zealand: risky business?” (2018) 4 NZLJ.
“The copyright law of Iran: An overview of recent developments” (WIPO-WTO Colloquium Papers: 2017 Asian Edition, 2017) 1-9.
“International Trade, Copyright, and Indigenous Rights” in David Hall (ed) No more business as usual: Where to now for international trade? (Report, AUT Policy Observatory, 2017).
Lida Ayoubi “The Marrakesh Treaty: Fixing International Copyright Law for the Benefit of the Visually Impaired Persons” (2015) 13 NZJPIL 255.
“Book Review: Weaving Intellectual Property Policy in Small Island Developing States” (2016) 22 Comparative Law Journal of the Pacific 99.
Presentations and Conference Contributions
Organising Committee, “Intellectual Property and Human Rights: Shifting Boundaries” Symposium, AUT Law School, Auckland, 7 December 2018.
Invited Panel Speaker, “Copyright in the Digital Single Market: Is the proposed EU Directive likely to influence New Zealand’s upcoming copyright review?” APCA Panel Discussion, VUW, Auckland, 6 December 2018
Panel Chair, Copyright Licensing and Regulation in the Asian-Pacific, APCA Conference, Renmin University of China, Beijing, October 2018
Plenary presentation, “Copyright Law Reform and Censorship in Iran: Whose Morality?” 2018 ATRIP Congress, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, August 2018.
Panel Chair, The Eighth Annual Asia Pacific Innovation Conference (APIC), VUW, Wellington, 30 November 2017.
Organising Committee, “Plurilateralism and the Future of IP in Asia Pacific” Symposium, Law School, AUT, 17 November 2017.
Paper Presentation, “Bridging the gap between copyright and sui generis measures of protecting TK and TCEs - A survey of the Asian-Pacific”, APCA Conference, University of Technology, Sydney, October 2017.
Plenary Presentation, “The object and purpose of intellectual property: A blessing or a curse for TK?”, 2017 ATRIP Congress, VUW, Wellington, October 2017.
Peer reviewer, New Zealand Feminist Judgement Project that resulted in the publication of Elisabeth McDonald et al (eds) Feminist Judgements of Aotearoa New Zealand (2017, Hart Publishing, Oxford).
Paper Presentation, “The WIPO Marrakesh Treaty for the Visually Impaired: Policy and Law Lessons on Intellectual Property and Human Rights”, WIPO-WTO Colloquium for Teachers and Researchers of Intellectual Property, Geneva, June 2017.
Paper Presentation, “Copyright Harmonisation in the Asian Pacific: Weaving the People Together?”, IPScholars Asia, Singapore Management University, February 2017.
Paper Presentation, “Copyright in the Asian Pacific: the challenges and opportunities”, APCA Conference, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, November 2016.
Panel chair, Geographical Indications: The International Debate and the Best Way forward for New Zealand Conference, NZCIEL, August 2016.
Paper Presentation, “Copyright Pluralism and Human Rights of the Visually Impaired Persons”, 2016 ATRIP Congress, Jegiellonian University, June 2016.
Paper Presentation, “Access to Books for the Visually Impaired and the Future of User Rights” APCA Conference, VUW, November 2015.
Paper Presentation, “Copyright flexibilities and access to books in the Pacific region”, NZ Association for Comparative Law seminar series, VUW, October 2015.
Invited Panel Member, “Would the Asian Pacific region benefit from harmonisation of copyright laws throughout the region?” APCA Business Link Seminar Series, VUW, May 2015.
Paper Presentation, “The Interface of Human Rights and Intellectual Property Rights- The Case of Access to Books for the Blind”, the LSAANZ Public and/or Private Lives Conference, University of Queensland, December 2014.
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