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Dr Jenny Ng is a research active academic with about 15 years of teaching and research experience. She is an accredited Principal Supervisor. She has taught both Australian Law and English Law in several countries. She has also been admitted as a lawyer at the Supreme Court of New South Wales. She has won several prizes for her research, which includes an external grant. She has also published an international monograph with Routledge (UK). This research has contributed to the national domain name policy in Australia. She is an expert in IP Law, IT Law and eCommerce, with a specific interest in the intersection with human rights issues. She publishes and contributes submissions in these areas as well as in areas on issues of social justice. She also publishes in the area of Teaching & Learning.

Her research focus is on the intersection between IT Law and Human Rights; and IT/ IP law & eCommerce. She is a multi-disciplinary researcher who mainly researches in the area of IT/IP Law, Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, Ethics in Data Analytics (AI and XAI), Discrimination, Privacy Law and Consumer Law.

She was also formerly the Chair of Teaching and Learning at the Law School. As Chair of the Teaching & Learning Committee, she had successfully led it in developing the LLB 3 year programme which has resulted in a massive 78% increase in the number of first preference choice amongst prospective students for Charles Darwin University’s LLB course. 

Research interests:

  • IT Law
  • IP Law
  • Cybersecurity and Cybercrime
  • Ethics in Data Analytics (AI and XAI)
  • Discrimination, Human Rights and the Constitution
  • Privacy Law
  • Consumer & Competition Law






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