Graham Greenleaf holds a research appointment as Professor of Law & Information Systems at UNSW Australia Faculty of Law, and as Founding Co-Director and Senior Researcher of the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) and associated international projects (particularly AsianLII, CommonLII & WorldLII). Further biographical details are on his web pages.
2019 – UNSW Research Infrastructure Scheme (RIS) grant of $42,000 to Graham Greenleaf and Philip Chung for development in 2019 of The Global Data Protection, Privacy & Surveillance Law Library
See also a list of academic grants to 2013.
In 2010 he was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) "For service to the law through the development of free electronic access to legal information, and as a leader in the protection of privacy." In 2017 he was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law (FAAL).
In 2019 I am continuing research on the global development of data privacy laws and agreements, and working on an ARC-funded AustLII project: Foundations of the Common Law 1215-1914 and on the DataLex AI & Law platform on AustLII. My most recent book is G Greenleaf & D Lindsay Public Rights: Copyright's Public Domains (Cambridge University Press, June 2018). My Asian Data Privacy Laws: Trade and Human Rights Perspectives (OUP 2014) was published in paperback in 2017.