Researcher: Hayleigh Bosher
Hayleigh Bosher is a first year PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Dinusha Mendis and Professor Martin Kretschmer. Hayleigh’s PhD research involves a consideration of online copyright infringement in light of future technological developments.
Her thesis focuses specifically on understanding of copyright infringement as a social phenomenon; considering instrumental and normative compliance issues.
Hayleigh graduated from Bournemouth University in November 2012 with a First Class degree in Law and was awarded the Paul Turner Prize for Best Individual Performance in Intellectual Property Law in June 2012.
Hayleigh is a recipient of the Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarship awarded by Bournemouth University in September 2012.