A fine announcement…

I have (again) been neglecting Lex Ferenda, but the excuse is marginally better this time. See, I have been in the process of moving, rearranging, settling in and so on (and that’s without getting into the saga of the broadband provider that seems to do everything other than provide broadband). But here I am, mostly intact.

This summer, I have moved to Norwich, which is a small(ish) city in the east of England (tourist site, Wiki page, map), to take up a full-time lecturing position (here’s my page) at the University of East Anglia (UEA). I’m very excited about this new role in the Law School, and – given that I will continue to have an interest in media and Internet law through teaching and research – hope to continue this blog in some form. Over the next few weeks, I may be doing a good deal of rearranging, perhaps splitting the site into two, one more focused ‘work’ blog and one for the rest of the ramblings. For now, things may be pretty quiet, although I can’t miss recording the publication of my article, “The Mass Age of Internet Law” in the latest issue of Information and Communications Technology Law (ICTL); unfortunately it’s behind a paywall, but once I get things sorted on the site, I’ll make some version of it available through self-archiving.

8 thoughts on “A fine announcement…

  1. Warmest congrats!!

    Hope to see you soon (don’t know where, when or how, but wishing it anyway 😉

    hugs,

    ismael.

  2. Congratulations on your new post and a very warm welcome to UEA. My role as a Learning Technologist is to promote and support the use of technology in teaching and learning so it’s great to see another blogger in the Norwich Law School. Very best wishes 🙂

  3. Catching up on my google reader – many congratulations on the move and the new job! Have you bumped into Delia Smith yet??

    PS I lurve the photo on your work webpage – very bloggy/internety!

  4. ARGH!!!! And on his tombstone it shall be written “He went to Norwich to find his fortune, and he was never heard from again” and/or “His body was never found, we assume he was eaten by a FenDroid”.

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