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Dr David Mangan

Lecturer in Law

The City Law School, Academic Programmes

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City, University of London
Northampton Square
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EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

David's work experience includes practising as a lawyer (barrister & solicitor) in Canada, consulting engagements as well as lecturing at law schools in the United Kingdom and Canada. While completing his doctorate at the London School of Economics, he held the position of LSE Fellow and also taught at the School of Oriental and African Studies. After obtaining his Ph.D., David worked in both the U.K. and Canada. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto.

Qualifications

B.A., B.Ed., J.D., LL.M., Ph.D.

Recent Research Activities

David has been involved in the work of the Law Commission of Ontario's project Defamation in the Age of the Internet.
For further information on the project: http://www.lco-cdo.org/en/defamation-commissioned-research-papers

The Legal Challenges of Social Media will be published in June 2017 by Edward Elgar publishing. This edited collection of essays explores the legal implications of social media.
Further information can be found at: http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/the-legal-challenges-of-social-media

Research

David's research involves employment/labour, tort and contract (particularly issues pertaining to professionals, reputation as well as information technology).

Publications

Books (2)

  1. Mangan, D. and Gillies, L. (Eds.), (2017). The Legal Challenges of Social Media. Edward Elgar ISBN 978-1-78536-451-8.
  2. Novitz, T. and Mangan, D. (Eds.), (2011). The Role of Labour Standards in Development: From theory to sustainable practice? Oxford: Oxford University Press/British Academy ISBN 978-0-19-726491-1.

Chapters (3)

  1. Mangan, D. and Gillies, L. (2017). The Legal Challenges of Social Media. In Mangan, D. and Gillies, L. (Eds.), The Legal Challenges of Social Media Edward Elgar ISBN 978-1-78536-451-8.
  2. Mangan, D. (2017). Social Media in the Workplace. In Mangan, D. and Gillies, L. (Eds.), The Legal Challenges of Social Media Edward Elgar ISBN 978-1-78536-451-8.
  3. Mangan, D. and Novitz, T.A. (2011). 'An introduction to the role of labour standards in development'. In Novitz, T.A. and Mangan, D. (Eds.), The Role of Labour Standards in Development: From theory to sustainable practice? Oxford: Oxford University Press ISBN 978-0-19-726491-1.

Internet Publications (2)

  1. Mangan, (2015). ‘A Platform for Discipline: Social Media Speech and the Workplace’. Osgoode Legal Studies Research Paper No. 08/2015.
  2. Mangan, (2014). 'The United Kingdom's Plan to Reduce Employment Conflict'. University of Leicester School of Law Research Paper No. 14-06.

Journal Articles (9)

  1. Mangan, D. (2016). 'Process and Outcome'. King's Law Journal, 27, pp. 10–21. doi:10.1080/09615768.2016.1163914.
  2. Mangan, D. and Zahn, R. (2015). Labour Standards and Sustainable Development: Unpicking the EU's Approach. The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 31, pp. 233–241.
  3. Mangan, D. (2015). Regulating for Responsibility: Reputation and Social Media. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 29, pp. 16–32. doi:10.1080/13600869.2015.1008960.
  4. Mangan, D. (2015). No Longer. Not Yet. The Promise of Labour Law. King's Law Journal, 26, pp. 129–150. doi:10.1080/09615768.2015.1035131.
  5. Mangan, D. (2014). Confusion in Material Contribution. Canadian Bar Review, 91, pp. 701–730.
  6. Mangan, D. (2014). The Curiosity of Professional Status. Journal of Professional Negligence, 30, pp. 74–89.
  7. Mangan, D. (2014). Cajole and Control: The Law of Managing Education in a Globalised World. Global Journal of Comparative Law, 3(1), pp. 97–134. doi:10.1163/2211906X-00301004.

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  8. Mangan, D. (2014). Assessing Employment Tribunal Awards. Industrial Law Journal, 43, pp. 212–217. doi:10.1093/indlaw/dwu011.
  9. Mangan, D. (2013). Employment Tribunal Reforms to Boost the Economy. Industrial Law Journal, 42, pp. 409–421. doi:10.1093/indlaw/dwt021.

Report

  1. Mangan, D. (2017). ‘The Relationship Between Defamation, Breach of Privacy and Other Legal Claims Involving Offensive Internet Content’. Law Commission of Ontario.

Education

Courses Taught

Contract
Employment/Labour
Tort

Other Activities

Events/Conferences (20)

  1. Colloquium on Scholarship in Employment and Labor Law. (Conference) Texas A&M University School of Law (2017). Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘The underpinnings of social media in the workplace’
    Description: Social Media in the Workplace
  2. Society of Legal Scholars. (Conference) University College Dublin (2017). Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘Defamation as a 21st Century Tort’
  3. Labour Law Research Network 3. (Conference) University of Toronto (2017). Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: "Coda: The General Data Protection Regulation's impact on the workplace"
  4. The Canadian Law of Obligations: Innovations, Innovators, and the Next 20 Years. (Conference) University of British Columbia, Faculty of Law (2017). Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: 'Reconsidering Defamation as a 21st Century Tort'
  5. Anglia Ruskin Law School Guest Lecture. (Public lecture) Anglia Ruskin University School of Law (2017). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Explicating the law in contemporary circumstances
  6. Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference. (Conference) Newcastle University, School of Law (2017). Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘Tag a Mate’ meme trend on social media – exposing the weakness of defamation and privacy laws?
    Co-authors: Marion Oswald
  7. Precarious Work: Current Reality and Perspectives. (Conference) Faculty of Law and Administration of University of Lodz (2017). Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: Deepening Precarity
  8. Digital and Smart Work. (Conference) Marco Biagi Foundation, Modena, Italy (2017). Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘The internet, speech and the workplace’
    Description: Fifteenth International Conference in Commemoration of Professor Marco Biagi
  9. Internet Law Annual Conference. Santa Clara University, United States (2017). Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘Can the online conversation retain privacy?
    Description: Internet Law Works Annual Conference.
  10. The Future of Human Rights in the UK. (Conference) University of Brighton (2016). Chair and Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘Online speech and the workplace: public right, private regulation’
    Description: The Future of Human Rights in the UK
  11. Restricted and Redacted: Where Now for Human Rights and Digital Information Control? (Conference) Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (2016). Chair and Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘Dissecting Social Media: Audience and Authorship’
    Description: Conference Programme: http://infolawcentre.blogs.sas.ac.uk/annual-workshop-and-evening-lecture/
  12. 'The EU Social Market Economy: Challenges and Opportunities'. (Conference) National University of Ireland, Maynooth (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: 'Freedom of Association in a Market Economy: Lessons from Canada'
  13. Society of Legal Scholars’ Annual Conference. (Conference) University of Oxford (2016). Chair and Panel Member. Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘The meaningful process: contesting the parameters of freedom of association’
    Description: Society of Legal Scholars’ Annual Conference
  14. 'The role of workers’ participation in managing changes in corporations: Challenging rules & corporate strategies'. (Conference) University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘Supporting the Process or the Outcome?’
    Description: 'The role of workers’ participation in managing changes in corporations: Challenging rules & corporate strategies'
  15. Outlook for Labour Law. (Conference) Kingston University, School of Law (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: 'Deepening Precarity'
    Description: Outlook for Labour Law
  16. British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association Annual Conference. (Conference) University of Hertfordshire, School of Law (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: 'Online Speech and the Workplace: Public Right, PrivateRegulation'
    Description: British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association Annual Conference
  17. Trust, Risk, Information and the Law. (Conference) University of Winchester, School of Law (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: 'The Interpretation of Wrongdoing: Social Media in the Workplace'
    Description: Trust, Risk, Information and the Law
  18. Internet Law Annual Conference. New York Law School (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: 'Controlling the Discussion: The Public and Private Law of Social Media in the Workplace'
    Description: Annual Santa Monica University and New York Law School Internet Law Conference
  19. UCL Laws Annual Early Careers and Postgraduate Conference. (Conference) University College London, Faculty of Laws (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘Workplace Speech and Commercial Reputation’
    Description: UCL Laws Annual Early Careers and Postgraduate Conference
  20. International Association of Legal and Social Philosophy. (Conference) Queen's University Belfast, School of Law (2015). Invited speaker.
    Paper: ‘The Morality Play: The Chilling Effect of Commerce on Speech’
    Description: International Association of Legal and Social Philosophy, UK, Annual Conference

Media Appearances (2)

  1. 'Award of $1.4 million for reputational damage'. http://www.lawyersweekly-digital.com/lawyersweekly/3560?pg=4#pg4
  2. 'Employers now responsible for protecting their workers on social media'. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/employers-social-media-harassment-1.3700334

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