September 2012: The Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Annual Conference, Bristol:
"The UK, the EU, the US and the Right to be Forgotten"
March 2012: BILETA 27th Annual Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle: "The right to an online identity"
April 2012: Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference, De Montfort University, Leicester:
"Privacy and the Phantom Tollbooth"
September 2011: Human Rights in the Digital Era conference, Leeds: "The right to an online identity"
September 2011: The Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Annual Conference, Cambridge:
"The Internet: A New Frontier for Human Rights"
June 2011: GiKii VI, Gothenberg, Sweden:
"What Muad’Dib can teach us about personal data…
Personal data as the spice melange in the online world.”
April 2011: British & Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA) 26th Annual Conference, Manchester:
“Can we keep your data please?’ and other necessary questions…”
April 2011: Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights (CCJHR), University College Cork, Law Postgraduate Conference:
“Privacy, Anonymity and Identity: a new balance for the Internet”
September 2010: SLS Annual Conference: “The Human Rights Act Ten Years On”
“Taking back control – a rights-based approach to the gathering, processing and holding of personal data in the online environment”
April 2010: CCJHR Law Postgraduate Conference: “Borders of Justice: Locating the Law in Times of Transition”
“The right to delete: control over personal data in the commercial Internet era”
March 2010: BILETA 25th Annual Conference, Vienna, Austria
“Collaborative Consent: harnessing the strengths of the internet for consent in the online environment”
January 2010: Third annual Conference, Computers, Privacy and Data Protection, Brussels, Belgium
“Rise and Phall: Lessons from the Phorm Saga”
April 2009: CCJHR Law Postgraduate Conference: The Promise of Law: Political Claims and the Boundaries of Justice
“Privacy, Autonomy and the Symbiotic Web”
April 2009: BILETA 24th Annual Conference, Winchester
“Web 2.5: The Symbiotic Web”
October 2008: UCL Law Graduates Networking Conference: 21st Century Legal Issues
“Data wars and data laws: data protection, data retention and the struggle over personal data on the Internet”