Dr Marta Iljadica
- Lecturer in Intellectual Property (School of Law)
B.Ec(SocSc) LLB University of Sydney, PhD King’s College London
Dr Iljadica completed her PhD at King’s College London under the supervision of Prof. Tanya Aplin and Prof. Penny Green. She was previously lecturer in law at the University of Aberdeen and the University of Southampton.
Dr Iljadica researches within (the intersection of) intellectual property and real property law. A monograph on UK copyright law and graffiti norms, Copyright Beyond Law: Regulating Creativity in the Graffiti Subculture was published by Hart in late 2016.
Dr Iljadica’s research interests lie primarily in the field of intellectual property law, including copyright and its intersection with land law, creativity, and non-legal norms. Her current research projects engage with the impact of copyright law on citizen journalism, and freedom of panorama.
Dr Iljadica has been awarded £3,449 by the Carnegie Research Trust for the project ‘Freedom of Panorama: Making Copyright Law (In)visible’ which will explore the extent to which members of the public are free to photograph art, buildings and other work in public space.
- Giorgallis, Andreas
Restitution of Colonial Cultural Objects: Questioning Colonial Amnesia?
- Meletti, Bartolomeo
Fairness in Copyright Law
- Thomas, Amy
Understanding how the digital user is conceptualised and defined through an analysis of end-user licensing agreements
- Wilson, Rosie
The Destruction of Art
- Intellectual Property (Honours) (LLB)
- Trade Marks and Brands (LLM)
Dr Iljadica is part of CREATe at the University of Glasgow and is a member of the Governing Board of the International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property.