Dr Vicki Huang is a Senior Lecturer of IP Law in Deakin Law School and Director of Cyber Law (Grad Cert). She graduated from the Melbourne Law School with first class honours in the LL.B and with a PhD. She also completed an L.L.M. at Columbia University Law School on a Burton Memorial Fellowship where she graduated with honours as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.
She is a visiting scholar at the Melbourne Law School in 2019 and 2020. Her work has been published by the Sydney Law Review (2019) and she is a co-author of two textbooks - the 6th edition of S Ricketson, M Richardson, M Davison and V Huang, Intellectual Property : Cases, Materials, and Commentary (forthcoming); and N Suzor, K Papparlardo, R Matulionyte, A Daly, A Chalk, A Witt, V Huang, Governing the Internet, open source textbook: https://wikijuris.net/cyberlaw/home
For 2020 she has been awarded two SSN (Deakin Social Science Network) grants to explore gender and patents; and open data and inter-disciplinary research.
In 2019, Vicki was a finalist for 'Academic of the Year' at the Lawyers Weekly Awards and Women in Law Awards.
Prior to her appointment at Deakin, Vicki was a sessional lecturer at the Melbourne Law School. She previously worked for the Federal Court of Australia as a Research Associate to the Hon. Justice Finkelstein. She also worked for a number of years at law firms in Melbourne (Ashursts) and the USA (Morrison Foerster) with a focus on litigation and intellectual property law. She has been admitted to practice in Victoria as an Australian lawyer and admitted to the State Bar of California as an American attorney.
Vicki also has a first class honours degree in psychology and economics and has worked in management consulting and investment banking. She also worked as an intern at the United Nations, New York in the Secretary General's Office. Her multi-disciplinary background is reflected in her research work.
Vicki’s research focuses on inter-disciplinary aspects of intellectual property law and empirical research methods into law. Her current projects relate to speech, race and gender.
She currently teaches cyberlaw, intellectual property law, and property (land) law.Read more on Vicki's profile
- MLL444 Special Topics in Cyber Law
- MLL410 Intellectual Property Law
- MLJ711 Property Law and Policy
- MLL327 Property Law
- MLM704 Foundations of Law
- Vicki Huang, 'Fashion Rights Enforcement' — Media Law + IP Conference, Melbourne Law School, 5-6 December 2019
- Vicki Huang, ‘The Mis(Use) of Trademark Law to (Mis)Appropriate Racist Trademarks’, 2nd Biennial Conference on Race + IP, NYU Law School, USA — 5-6 April 2019
- Vicki Huang, ‘An Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Slants Case’, ATRIP (Association of Teachers and Researchers of Intellectual Property), 37th Annual Congress, Helsinki Finland — 5-8 August 2018.
- Vicki Huang, Prof Rochelle Dreyfuss (NYU), Prof Dan Rosen (Chuo) and Prof Susie Frankel (Victoria), ‘Trade Marks and Free Speech: Perspectives on The Slants case’ — 9 October 2017, IPRIA Public Seminar, University of Melbourne.
- Vicki Huang and Prof David Caudill (Villanova), ‘The Use of Survey Evidence in US Trade Mark Litigation’ — 23 July 2014, CMCL Seminar, University of Melbourne.
- Vicki Huang, Janice Luck (Melb), Owen Malone (Dir IP at Fosters Group Ltd), Prof Susy Frankel (Victoria), A.Prof Don O’Sullivan (Melb), ‘Brands and the Challenges of Grey Markets’ — 26 October 2011, IPRIA Public Seminar, University of Melbourne
- Finalist - "Academic of the Year", Women in Law Awards, 2019
- Finalist - "Academic of the Year", Lawyers Weekly, 2019
- Australian Postgraduate Award, PhD Scholarship, 2011
- Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar Award, Columbia University, 2008
- Burton Memorial Fellowship, Columbia University Scholarship, 2007
- Corrs Chambers Westgarth prize for Trade Mark Law and Unfair Competition, Melbourne Law School
(2019), Vol. 41, pp. 105-130, Sydney law review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
(2019), Vol. 35, pp. 1-36, Santa Clara computer and high technology law journal, Santa Clara, Calif., C1
(2018), Vol. 28, pp. 51-63, Australian intellectual property journal, New York, N.Y., C1
(2018), Vol. 40, pp. 429-434, European intellectual property review, London, Eng., C1
(2017), Vol. 42, pp. 580-595, Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, C1
V Huang, K Weatherall, E Webster
(2012), pp. 181-202, The law of reputation and brands in the Asia Pacific, Cambridge, England, B1
J Pooley, V Huang
(2011), Vol. 22, pp. 45-68, Fordham intellectual property, media and entertainment law journal, New York, N. Y., C1-1
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