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Policy analyst and submissions writerPolicy analyst

 

Leanne is an highly experienced policy analyst, researcher and submissions writer

  • Government and law reform inquiries, reviews and consultations
  • Research
  • Board and committee member in the community sector

Freelance writerFreelance Writer

 

Leanne has an accessible writing style for a wide audience while still being informative and engaging for lawyers and technology professionals.

She has contributed to publications such as the Guardian and Crikey, and has written for specialist and legal publications such as IT News, Gazette of Law & Journalism and the Alternative Law Journal.

  • Privacy
  • Data Retention
  • Social Media
  • Copyright
  • Communications Law
  • Defamation

Training and mentoringSocial Media Workshops

 

Social media workshops, training and mentoring for professionals is available as a service.

Leanne helps professionals and organisations to stay relevant and gain an insight into the fast-moving digital landscape. She has previously assisted professionals and companies in the following:

  • Social media best practice
  • Using social media as a current awareness tool
  • Overview of the legal issues in social media

 


Speaking engagementsSpeaking Engagements

 

As a legal professional and highly effective communicator, Leanne can provide incisive commentary on issues where law and technology intersect. Speaking engagements have included a number of high-profile events, including the Fordham IP Conference in New York, the Australian Internet Governance Forum and The Privacy Workshop in Melbourne.

She is available to speak on topics such as:

  • Privacy
  • Consumer Law
  • Data Retention
  • Copyright
  • Social Media
  • Communications Law
  • Technology and the Law

You can see further details about my professional background and published writing on LinkedIn.

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