Kings College London
"Dr Emily Hudson joined King’s College London in January 2015, having previously held academic posts at the University of Melbourne, University of Queensland (where she retains a fractional appointment) and University of Oxford. She holds a BSc (Hons), LLB (Hons), LLM and PhD from the University of Melbourne. Her doctoral thesis used empirical techniques to analyse how cultural institutions in the US, Canada and Australia understand and apply exceptions to copyright infringement. Emily's thesis won two prizes at the University of Melbourne: the Harold Luntz Graduate Research Thesis Prize, and the Chancellor's Prize for Excellence in the PhD Thesis. Prior to her embarking on an academic career, Emily was a solicitor at Minter Ellison Lawyers. Emily is Director of Mooting at King’s, having previously held a similar role at the University of Queensland. Emily has a long-standing interesting in mooting. In 2000, Emily was a member of the University of Melbourne team that won the international rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. She is also Director of the annual Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot."
Emily’s research interests include intellectual property law, personal property law and trusts, and law as it relates to cultural institutions and the arts.