Dr. Lisa Collingwood
BSc (Hons), LLB, MA, PhD, FHEA
Room 1006, Kenry House
Lisa is module leader for Equity and Trusts Law. She joined the law school as a lecturer on the LLB and PGDL programmes in January 2014. Lisa taught previously at the University as a Graduate Teaching Assistant whilst, at the same time, continuing her doctoral research.
Lisa's research interests include privacy and technology law. She has a number of published works in these areas and has given conference papers in these areas at the annual SLSA, BILETA, and IAITL Conferences. Lisa has also been a book reviewer for the Law Teacher Journal and has acted as a reviewer for a leading academic publisher. Lisa is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and was awarded a Learning and Teaching prize in 2015 for use of technology.
Research is focused on the legal protection afforded to private information within the English legal system and the ways in which the protection afforded has been impacted by the growth of online communications and the generation, post web 2.0, of user generated content. Lisa's research assesses the effectiveness of the law in this context, arguing that UGC poses a challenge against which the current methodology of the courts in misuse of private information may be tested. Current research involves the issue of regulation of autonomous vehicles, as well as the nature of online and other communications and the degree to which criminal law may be invoked to deal with the more culpable forms of undesirable online content.
Additionally, Lisa has been awarded a research grant by LERN in order to evaluate the number and type of law PhDs undertaken in England and Wales.
Higher Education Academy (May 2015)
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (May 2011)
Legal Education Research Network (December 2014)
Collingwood, Lisa (2017) Privacy implications and liability issues of autonomous vehicles. Information & Communications Technology Law, ISSN (print) 1360-0834 (Epub Ahead of Print)
Collingwood, Lisa and Broadbent, Graeme (2015) Offending and being offended online : vile messages, jokes and the law. Computer Law & Security Review, 31(6), pp. 763-772. ISSN (print) 0267-3649
Collingwood, Lisa (2012) Privacy in cyberworld: why lock the gate after the horse has bolted? European Journal of Law and Technology, 3(1), pp. 1-11. ISSN (online) 2042-115X
Collingwood, Lisa (2012) Privacy, anonymity and liability: will anonymous communicators have the last laugh? Computer Law & Security Review, 28(3), pp. 328-334. ISSN (print) 0267-3649
Collingwood, Lisa (2011) Book Review of: 'Handbook of internet crime' by Yvonne Jewkes and Majid Yar (eds.). Law Teacher, 45(1), pp. 147-148. ISSN (print) 0306-9400
Collingwood, Lisa (2010) Book Review of: 'Law and the internet', 3rd ed. by Lilian Edwards and Charlotte Waelde (eds.). Law Teacher, 44(2), pp. 235-236. ISSN (print) 0306-9400
Collingwood, Lisa (2011) Privacy, anonymity and liability: naivety is no defence at law. In: Kierkegaard, Sylvia, (ed.) Law across nations: governance, policy and statutes. Denmark : International Association of IT Lawyers. pp. 59-68. ISBN 9788799138593
Conference or Workshop Item
Broadbent, Graeme and Collingwood, Lisa (2013) To scalp or scold? Choice mechanisms and UGC. In: 28th Annual British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA) Conference 2013: Our Digital Futures: Technologies Without Boundaries; 10-12 Apr 2013, Liverpool, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Collingwood, Lisa Hannah (2013) Privacy protection under the English legal system: is it adequate given the challenges raised by online communicating between individuals? (PhD thesis), Kingston University.