Publications Nicole Moreham

Books/Edited collections

Remedies for Breach of Privacy Jason Varuhas and NA Moreham (eds) (Hart Publishing, 2018) 455pp.

Tugendhat and Christie Law of Privacy and the Media NA Moreham and Sir Mark Warby (eds) (3rd ed, Oxford University Press, 2016) 838pp.

Tugendhat and Christie's Law of Privacy and the Media Mark Warby QC, Nicole Moreham and Iain Christie (eds) (2nd ed, Oxford University Press, 2011) 872pp.

Articles

(With Yvette Tinsley) "The impact of grief journalism on its subjects: lessons from the Pike River mining disaster" [2019] Journal of Media Law 1-30. [pdf]

"Unpacking the Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Test" (2018) 134 Law Quarterly Review pp 652-674.

"Abandoning the 'High Offensiveness' Privacy Test" (2018) 4 Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law: Special Issue on Privacy Law 1-31. [pdf]

"A Conceptual Framework for the New Zealand Tort of Intrusion" (2016) 47(2) Victoria University of Wellington Law Review Special Issue: Papers from the 2016 New Zealand Private Law Roundtable pp 265-286 SSRN.

"Liability for Listening: Why Phone Hacking is an Actionable Breach of Privacy" (2015) 8 Journal of Media Law: Special Issue on Privacy Law pp 155-169.

"Beyond Information: Physical Privacy in English Law" (2014) 73 Cambridge Law Journal pp 350-377. [pdf]

"Breach of confidence and the misuse of private information - how do the two actions work together?" (2010) 15 Media and Arts Law Review: Special Issue on Breach of Confidence pp 265-273 SSRN.

(With ATH Smith) "Privacy - Police Photographs in Public Places" (2009) 65 Cambridge Law Journal pp 20-22 .

"The Right to Respect for Private Life in the European Convention on Human Rights: A Re-examination" [2008] European Human Rights Law Review pp 44-79 SSRN.

"Privacy and Horizontality: Relegating the common law" (2007) 123 Law Quarterly Review pp 37-42 SSRN.

"Violating article 8" (2007) Cambridge Law Journal pp 35-37.

"Privacy in Public Places" (2006) 65 Cambridge Law Journal pp 606-635 SSRN.

"Hosking v Runting and the protection of privacy in public places" [2006] New Zealand Law Journal pp 265-267.

"Recognising privacy in England and New Zealand: Campbell v MGN Ltd and Hosking v Runting" (2004) 63 Cambridge Law Journal pp 555-558.

"The Protection of Privacy in English Common Law: a doctrinal and theoretical analysis" (2005) 121 Law Quarterly Review pp 628-656.

"Douglas v Hello! Ltd - the protection of privacy in English private law" (2001) 64 Modern Law Review pp 767-774 SSRN.

Chapters

"Compensating for Loss of Dignity and Autonomy" in Varuhas and Moreham (eds), Remedies for Breach of Privacy (Hart Publishing 2018) pp 125-134.

(With Yvette Tinsley) “Grief Journalism, Physical Intrusion, and Loss: The Pike River Coal Mine Disaster” in Andrew T Kenyon (ed) Comparative Defamation and Privacy Law (Cambridge University Press, 2016) pp 115-136 SSRN.

“The Nature of the Privacy Interest” in N Moreham and M Warby (eds) The Law of Privacy and the Media (3ed), (Oxford University Press, 2016)

(With Tanya Aplin) “Privacy in European, Civil and Common Law” in in N Moreham and M Warby (eds) The Law of Privacy and the Media (3ed) (ibid)

“Intrusion into Physical Privacy” in N Moreham and M Warby (eds) The Law of Privacy and the Media (3ed) (ibid)

“Harassment by Publication” in N Moreham and M Warby (eds) The Law of Privacy and the Media (3ed) (ibid)

"Protection Against Intrusion in English Legislation" in N Witzleb, D Lindsay, M Paterson and S Rodrick (eds) Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law: Comparative Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2014). [pdf]

"Privacy Rights" in Tugendhat and Christie Law of Privacy and the Media (2nd ed) Mark Warby QC, Dr Nicole Moreham and Iain Christie (eds) and Hon Michael Tugendhat (consulting ed), (London, Oxford University Press, 2011) pp 59-88.

"Protection against intrusion" in Tugendhat and Christie Law of Privacy and the Media (2nd ed) Mark Warby QC, Dr Nicole Moreham and Iain Christie (eds) (ibid) pp 431-470.

"Privacy in Europe and the Common Law" with Anna Coppola and Ian Christie in Tugendhat and Christie Law of Privacy and the Media (2nd ed) Mark Warby QC, Dr Nicole Moreham and Iain Christie (eds) (ibid) pp 89-162.

"Publication of Personal Information: Special Issues" with Mark Warby QC and Matthew Nicklin in Tugendhat and Christie Law of Privacy and the Media (2nd ed) Mark Warby QC, Dr Nicole Moreham and Iain Christie (eds) (ibid) pp 353-392.

"Why is Privacy Important? Privacy, Dignity and the Development of the New Zealand Breach of Privacy Tort" Law Liberty, Legislation J Finn and S Todd (eds) (LexisNexis, Wellington, 2008) pp 231-247 SSRN.

Book reviews

Aplin, Bently, Johnson and Malynicz Gurry on Breach of Confidence: The Protection of Confidential Information (2014) 73 Cambridge Law Journal 182-185. [pdf]

Delany and Carolan The Right to Privacy - A Doctrinal and Comparative Analysis [2009] Irish Jurist 144-146.

Richardson and Kenyon (eds), New Dimensions in Privacy Law (2007) 66 Cambridge Law Journal 231-233.

Colvin (ed), Developing Key Privacy Rights (2004) 63 Cambridge Law Journal 515-516.

Tugendhat and Christie (eds), The Law of Privacy and the Media Cambridge Law Journal (2005) 64 Cambridge Law Journal 247-249.

Selected conference papers/presentations

"Deconstructing the privacy tests in English and New Zealand tort law" at Obligations IX: Form and Substance in the Law of Obligations (Melbourne University, 17-20 July 2018).

"Publicity And Intrusion: A Conceptual Framework For Privacy" Centre for Private Law, University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, May 2017).

"Unpacking The Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy Test: A New Framework For Determining What Is Private In The Misuse Of Private Information Tort" joint meeting of the Centre for Public Law and Private Law Centre, University of Cambridge (Cambridge, May 2017).

"Unpacking The Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy Test: A New Framework For The Misuse Of Private Information Tort" joint meeting of Oxford Public Law Discussion Group and Obligations Group, University of Oxford (Oxford, April 2017).

"The Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy Test: A New Framework For Determining What Is Private In Misuse Of Private Information" London School of Economics and Matrix Chambers Media and Information Law seminar series, (London, April 2017).

"How to work out what is private: unpacking the reasonable expectation of privacy test" Victoria University of Wellington (Wellington, 22 March 2017).

"Conceptualising Damages for Misuse of Private Information" International Workshop on Remedies for Breach of Privacy, co-hosted by Law Schools of Victoria University of Wellington and Melbourne University (Melbourne, 12 - 13 December 2016).

"Privacy and Drones: New Technologies, Old Ideas" at Lawyers in Government Conference: Advising the Future (Wellington 19 August 2016).

"The New Zealand Tort of Intrusion into Seclusion: How Should It Develop?" at ALTA 2016 Advancing Better Government, Sustainable Economies, Vibrant Communities: Law's Role? (Wellington, 7-9 July 2016).

"A Conceptual Framework For Developing The New Zealand Privacy Torts"  seminar to staff of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, 26 May 2016.

"Private Information and Intrusion into Seclusion: How Should the Two Torts Fit Together?" Private Law Roundtable, Victoria University of Wellington, February 2016.

"Privacy and Identification - Why Theoretical Conceptions Matter" Digital Identity Conference (Wellington, May, 2015).

"Campbell in England and New Zealand: The pros and cons of a confidence-based action", Keynote address at The Campbell Legacy: A decade of misuse of private information, Newcastle Law School, April 2015.

"The Media, Physical Intrusion, Trauma and Loss: The Pike River Coal Mine Disaster" (with Dr Yvette Tinsley), Centre for Media and Communications Law Workshop, University of Melbourne, April 2014.

"Protecting Physical Privacy Interests", Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law: Australasian and EU Perspectives, Monash University, February 2012.

"Breach of Confidence and Misuse of Private Information", Breach of confidence discussion panel, Centre for Media and Communications Law, University of Melbourne, December 2009.

"Why is Privacy Important? Privacy, Dignity and the Development of the New Zealand Breach of Privacy Tort", Law Liberty and Legislation: Conference in Honour of Professor John Burrows QC, University of Canterbury, 2008.

"von Hannover and its effect on English law", Society of Legal Scholars' Annual Conference, Keele University, September 2006 (presented in absentia).

"Hosking, Campbell and Beyond", Privacy Commission's Privacy Forum, 30 March 2006, Wellington.

Reports

"Private Matters: A Review of the Privacy Decisions of the Broadcasting Standards Authority", 2008 (available at http://www.bsa.govt.nz).