Dr Michael Dizon
Qualifications: BA Ateneo LLB UP LLM (Dist) Edinburgh PhD Tilburg
Michael Anthony C. Dizon has conducted research at universities and academic institutes in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the Philippines, including the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), the SCRIPT Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law at the University of Edinburgh, and the UP Law Internet and Society Program (UP Law-ISP). He has also been engaged in legal practice having been an associate attorney at a Philippine law firm, a corporate lawyer for a privately held investment company, and a professional support lawyer with a global law firm.
Michael's research mainly involves the socio-legal study of technology, creativity and innovation. His current research interests include: the norms and values of innovators (e.g., hackers) and their technologies; normative pluralism and the information society; and participatory democracy and technology.
Dizon, M. (2018). Philippine rules on invalidity of contracts. In Studies in the Contract Laws of Asia Vol IV: Invalidity Conference. Conference held at NUS Law, Singapore.
Dizon, M. (2018). Encryption and the manifold meanings of security. In The Waikato Dialogue: The Implications of Emerging Disruptive Technologies for International Security and New Zealand. Conference held Hamilton, New Zealand.
Dizon, M. A. C., & Disini, J. J. (2017). E-discovery in the Philippines. In B. Tan, M. Lew, & B. Ang (Eds.), A Practical Guide to E-Discovery in Asia. Singapore: LexisNexis.
Dizon, M. A. C. (2017). A socio-legal study of hacking: breaking and remaking law and technology. Oxford: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780203711361
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Computing; Law; Technology
Information and communications technology law; socio-legal studies; law and innovation; legal research
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