Teaching on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate modules, including Intellectual Property Law and Patents & Trade Marks
Areas of interest
- Intellectual property law (especially patents and trade marks)
- Public international law
- International trade law
- Law and the humanities
Jocelyn's primary research interest is the relationship between intellectual property rights to plants and public policy. Her further research interests include the interactions between Indigenous rights and the intellectual property regime.
Jocelyn joined the School of Law in January 2021. Prior to joining the University of Reading, she taught in the School of Law at the University of Queensland, Australia, where she is also completing her PhD.
Academic qualificationsB.Sc, LL.B, Dip.Lang. (French), GDLP (College of Law). Admitted as a lawyer in the Supreme Court of Queensland.
- Chiefs in Intellectual Property (ChIPS)
- Society of Legal Scholars
- International Association for Plant Taxonomy (IAPT)
- Queensland Law Society