Assoc Prof Nicolas Suzor

Publications by classification

Law And Legal Studies
Language, Communication And Culture
Studies In Human Society
Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services
Philosophy And Religious Studies

Publications by year

Find Nicolas Suzor on

Recent tweets

  • RT @rgorwa: Happy to see my new article on informal forms of platform regulation --- codes of conduct, oversight bodies, non-binding commit…
  • RT @TarletonG: This 2K essay from @wphillips49 is a startlingly sharp condemnation of the way we gave "internet culture" a pass for so long…
  • RT @jilliancyork: Twitter and Facebook are both wrong in their calculations about public figures. The powerful will always have a platform;…
  • RT @ananny: Google: “Our platform reflects the online world that exists.” I continue to be amazed when tech companies—in writing, with pre…
  • RT @mer__edith: Yesterday was my last day at Google. It's been a long, wild road, and I am thrilled to be officially stepping into my role…

Principal Research Fellow, Faculty of Law

Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology), Master of Laws (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Information Technology (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Laws (Queensland University of Technology)

Associate Professor Nicolas Suzor researches the regulation of networked society. He is an ARC DECRA Research Fellow in the Law School at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, and a Chief Investigator of QUT’s Digital Media Research Centre. His research examines the governance of the internet and social networks, the peer economy, digital copyright, and knowledge commons. Nic teaches intellectual property and technology law, and in 2016 he was awarded QUT’s David Gardiner Teacher of the Year medal for his engaging and innovative teaching. Nic is also the Legal Lead of the Creative Commons Australia project and the deputy chair of Digital Rights Watch, an Australian non-profit organisation whose mission is to ensure that Australian citizens are equipped, empowered and enabled to uphold their digital rights.


Additional information

Academic Honours, Prestigious Awards or Prizes
Reference year
QUT Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award