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Dr Sabine Jacques PhD

Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law Law


Research Overview

Sabine's current research plans revolve around three main research areas: the balance between freedom of expression and intellectual property rights, promoting cultural diversity in creative industries through copyright and algorithmic enforcement of intellectual property law.

Before joining Liverpool University, Sabine gained recognition for her legal and interdisciplinary projects. Some of her notable contributions include: The Parody Exception in Copyright Law (Oxford University Press, 2019), The Playing Field in Audiovisual Advertising (CERRE-funded project, 2019) and The Impact on Cultural Diversity of Automated Anti-Piracy Systems as Copyright Enforcement Mechanisms: An Empirical Study of YouTube’s Content ID Digital Fingerprinting Technology (CREATe funded project, 2017).

Her work has been cited in EU Advocate General's opinions and quoted by the UK's specialist court, the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, which is part of the Business and Property Courts of the High Court of Justice.