James Heller

Adjunct Lecturer, John H. Carey II School of Law

James is a lawyer, consultant and academic, specialising in intellectual property, information technology, legal research and writing. He regularly publishes on IP and communications law.

James studied at 11th-ranked-globally University of Sydney Law School, where he won the Allens Arthur Robinson award, University of Southern California School of Law and Pennsylvania State University (Political Science and English Rhetoric).

In addition to his native English, James speaks Spanish.

publications & other activities

  • The FCC Whence and Whither; How to Protect the Internet's Golden Age (Communication Law Review, Volume 14 Issue 2; 2014)
  • Defending Your Film Online (Arts Law Centre of Australia; September 2009)
  • Securing Your Sound Recordings Online (Arts Law Centre of Australia; June 2009)
  • Protecting Your Artwork on the Internet (Arts Law Centre of Australia, March 2009)
  • Unblurred Lines: Copyright Law Refocused (Pending)
  • Crowdfunding and the Changing the Bowie Bonds Landscape (Pending)