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Biography

Normann Witzleb is the Associate Dean (International and Engagement) in the Faculty of Law and a Deputy Director of the Faculty's Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies, leading its Privacy, Media and Communications Law Group. His research focus is on Australian and European private law, in particular the area of privacy rights, torts and remedies. Prior to joining Monash University in 2008, he worked at the University of Western Australia (2001-2007) and the European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) (1996-2000), where he also obtained his PhD. In 2010, Normann received the Monash Law Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence.

His recent book publications are:

Monash teaching commitment

2016 teaching

LAW4522 Remedies Sem1

LAW5408 Remedies in Commercial Disputes Sem1

LAW3112 Corporations law Sem2/T3

LAW5011 Principles of Company Law Sem2/T3

BTW2320 Current issues of corporate governance Sem2/T3

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Projects 2011 2016

Research Output 2002 2017

E-safety: Protection of children from cyber-bullying, sexting and privacy invasion

Witzleb, N. & Crofts, T. 2016 Children and the Law in Australia. Young, L., Kenny, M. A. & Monahan, G. (eds.). 2nd ed. Chatswood NSW Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths, p. 239-271 23 p.

Research output: Other - peer-reviewChapter (Book)

The private international law implications of a privacy tort under state or territory legislation

Harder, S. & Witzleb, N. 2016 In : Media and Arts Law Review. 21, 2, p. 121-148 28 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

The regulation of commercial profiling: A comparative analysis

Spiecker genannt Döhmann, I., Tambou, O., Bernal, P., Hu, M., Molinaro, C. A., Negre, E., Sarlet, I. W., Schertel Mendes, L., Witzleb, N. & Yger, F. 2016 In : European Data Protection Law Review. 2, 4, p. 535-554 20 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Press / Media

Australian Parliament Takes Up Privacy Act Reforms

Normann Witzleb

24/05/12

1 item of media coverage

Press / Media: Expert Comment