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International Programme Committee

 

Programme Committee Chairman: Steve Saxby

 

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Prof Steve Saxby. (BA, Cert.Ed., MBCS, PhD, Solicitor) (BA, Cert.Ed., MBCS, PhD, Solicitor) University of Southampton (for Selection of Papers for CLSR) Editor: The Computer Law and Security Review - The International Journal of Technology Law and Practice (Elsevier) www.elsevier.com/locate/clsr and The Encyclopedia of Information Technology Law (Sweet and Maxwell). Stephen Saxby is Professor of IT Law and Public Policy at Southampton and Deputy Head of School (Research). He specialises in eGovernment, public information and geospatial policy in the UK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Clare Chambers-Jones, Associate Professor at the University of the West of England, (2001 LLB Glamorgan University) PhD in Financial Exclusion and Banking Regulation (2004 Bournemouth University) FPC (2004 Chartered Institute of Insurers) PGCert in Academic Practice (2007 Bournemouth University) PGCert in Research Supervision (2008 Bournemouth University). Clare has worked in the City of London with Grant Thornton and subsequently Morgan Stanley, where she worked as an investment banking legal and compliance officer for Europe. Her research interests are banking law, financial education, financial exclusion, alternative financial delivery mechanisms, cyber law and crime jurisdiction and mobile finance. She has researched prolifically on the subject of cyber jurisdiction and criminal actions on an international level.

 

 

 

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Steve Cornelius is professor in the Department of Private Law at the University of Pretoria and holds the degrees BIuris LLB (Unisa) LLD (Pret). The title of his LLD thesis is "The Interpretation of Contracts In South African Law". He is admitted as Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. He is rated by the national Research Foundation as an internationally renowned researcher. He joined the Department of Private Law as Professor in 2010 after serving for eleven years in the Department of Private Law at the University of Johannesburg, where he was appointed as Senior Lecturer in 1999, promoted to Associate Professor in 2003 and to Professor in 2007. He was also Head of the Department of Private Law at UJ. Before that, he served for eleven years in the Department of Justice, briefly as a Public Prosecutor and mostly as a Legal Officer in the Branch: Legislation Research, where he played an important part in the drafting of regulations required for the functioning of the Human Rights Commission, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Special Investigating Unit. He is also Visiting Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, England, Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the International Sports Law Journal which is published by the TMC Asser Institute in The Hague, Netherlands and the National rapporteur for the International Sports Law Review Pandektis, which is the official journal of the International Association of Sports Law.

 

 

 

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IAKOVOS FARSEDAKIS is an Emeritus Professor of Criminology, Panteion University of Athens and the Chair of the Law Department of the European University of Cyprus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ronald Charles Griffin (B.S., Hampton Institute, 1965; J.D., Howard University, 1968;LL.M., University of Virginia, 1974) is a professor of law at the Washburn University School of Law, USA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reinhard Steennot is a Professor at the Financial Law Institute, Ghent University. Prof. (Dr.) Reinhard Steennot obtained his law degree in 1998 and immediately joined the Financial Law Institute at the Ghent University (Belgium) as a full time researcher, sponsored by the Fund for Scientific Research. Reinhard Steennot wrote a doctoral thesis on the legal aspects of electronic payment systems (2002), entitled: "Elektronisch betalingsverkeer: een toepassing van de klassieke principes" . In October 2003 he became professor at the Ghent University. Since then he teaches several courses, all relating to financial law and consumer law. The research of Reinhard Steennot focuses mainly on issues of private banking law, consumer protection and electronic commerce. He is the author of several books (e.g. Financiële diensten op afstand) and many articles (mainly in Dutch).