Assistant Professor of Law
School of Law, Singapore Management University
Before joining academia, Eliza worked in-house in a number of software companies, Internet start-ups and telecommunication providers in Australia, Poland, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates. She advised on e-commerce, payment systems, software licensing and technology procurement, including the drafting and negotiation of DBOT agreements relating to fixed and mobile networks. She had the privilege of serving as the primary legal contact for all departments dealing with customer privacy and network security. Throughout her professional career she maintained a keen interest in all developments (both legal and technical) pertaining to the Internet and its use as an enabler of commerce. Since joining SMU, she has published in the areas of contract, e-commerce and internet law. At present, Eliza is involved in multiple research projects relating to the legal implications of smart contracts, the use of the Internet-of-Things in retail environments and the deployment of intelligent agents in business-to-consumer transactions.