Corinne is a PhD candidate and Teaching Fellow at the Melbourne Law School. Her doctoral project is directed towards understanding how the content generative activities of users are regulated on social media sites, and her broader research interests are in the areas of intellectual property law, law and behaviour, internet governance and media law.
Corinne was called to the Singapore Bar as Advocate & Solicitor in 2007, and laboured as a corporate lawyer and an in-house legal counsel in Singapore before taking off to Melbourne to pursue her academic interests in 2012. She has written for the Media & Arts Law Review, the European Intellectual Property Review, the Singapore Academy of Law Journal and the Competition and Consumer Law Journal. She identifies herself as a writer, an avid nature lover and a regular practitioner of yoga.