Professor Perry was jointly appointed to the Faculty of Law and the Department of Computer Science, in 1999, following seven years at the University of Auckland Faculty of Law. Professor Perry's legal research remains focused on the intersection of law and technology, with particular emphasis on Open Innovation, intellectual property rights, software licensing, and the blossoming field of biotechnology law. Being jointly appointed, Professor Perry has to address platforms in both Law and Computer Science, and in the last year prelected audiences from these disciplines in India, Australia, Brasil and New Zealand. In addition to papers published in Germany, United Kingdom, New Zealand and the United States, he was a regular commentator for television, radio and the newspapers in his areas of research. He is currently Associate Dean, Research, Graduate Studies, & Operations.

Awards and Recognition

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Research Interests

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Publications

Books

 Knowledge Policy for the 21st Century: Legal Perspectives Creating a Legal Framework for copyright Management of Open Access Within the Australian Academic and Research Sector
Fitzgerald, B. and Perry, M. (eds and chapters) Knowledge Policy for the 21st Century: Legal Perspectives ( Irwin Law, 2012). Fitzgerald, B., Perry, M. et al. Creating a Legal Framework for copyright Management of Open Access Within the Australian Academic and Research Sector. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2006.

Chapters in Books

Some Refereed Research Papers*

*(often pre-print is linked, ie un-edited)

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Abstracts and/or papers presented

Technical Reports

Articles in non-Peer Reveiewed Journals and Conference Proceedings

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Students

Post Doctoral Fellows

Current Students

Past Students

PhD

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Last updated: 03rd May 2012