Joel Lisk researches the laws applicable to private and commercial activities in new operating domains with a particular focus on the use of outer space. Joel’s research specifically focuses on how domestic laws are designed and their consequential impacts on commercial activities. Joel is a qualified lawyer, having previously worked in the areas of consumer and competition law, privacy and data, not-for-profits, and complex regulatory regimes. Joel continues to provide advice in these areas. Joel is also the Secretary of the Space Law Council of Australia and New Zealand having been a founding Director.
Selected Work and Outputs
Data Security in Australia: The Obligation to Protect
Published in the Australian Law Journal, this article explores the practical application of the Australian Privacy Principles and the obligation to protect personal information.