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Dr Lili Binti wan rosli

Lecturer

Faculty/Dept/School School of Law
(Faculty of Management, Law and Social Sciences)
Emailw.r.wanrosli@bradford.ac.uk
Telephone +441274 232347

Biography

Dr. Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli is a lecturer at the University of Bradford, United Kingdom and a former senior lecturer from the Faculty of Law, University Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia, where she spends more than 11 years teaching various undergraduate and postgraduate subjects. She completed her LL.B (Hons.) and received the Young Lecturers Scheme Scholarship for her LLM where she graduates at the top of her class. She joined UiTM in August 2011 and was offered the Staff Scholarship in 2015 and managed to complete her Ph.D. in less than 3 years. With more than 11 years of experience in academia, she managed to secure more than 12 internal and external grants whose subject area ranges from money laundering to cybercrime, artificial intelligence, prevention/countering of violent extremism-related laws, and cybersecurity issues. Apart from that, she also has more than 30 papers published in indexed journals and even managed to publish her article, Cloaked by Cyber Space: A Legal Response to the Risks of Cyber Stalking in Malaysia in the International Journal of Cyber Criminology which ranks as a Scopus Q1 journal. Furthermore, apart from writing in journals, she also actively writes in e-newspapers and online magazines. Her work on intimate partner violence and new technologies have reached audiences worldwide where she is often invited to speak and share her knowledge within the local and international arena. She has presented her papers nationally and internationally, such as in Korea, New Zealand, India, and Indonesia. She has also won the “Best Paper Award” for her article Managing Cyber Harassment at Work.   Some notable achievement is when she is invited to share her experience in law and technology as a keynote speaker at the International Postgraduate Conference at Gadjah Mada University, Yogjakarta, Indonesia, and speak about intimate partner violence at the International Law Symposium at the University of New England, Sydney Australia. One of the highest recognition she received is when she is invited to be the subject matter expert in formulating a new anti-stalking law for Malaysia, which is due to be tabled in the Malaysian parliament soon. She is also often invited to review papers to be published in journals or accepted for international conferences. Apart from that, she has worked together with YAKSHA in Malaysia which aims in enhancing cybersecurity awareness and tailor-made cybersecurity solutions for each nation.    Dr. Wan Rosalili is also actively engaged with non-profit organisations and government bodies in giving awareness to the public about the importance of cybersecurity and protection online. She has experience engaging participants from various backgrounds. Furthermore, she is very active in innovation competitions. Realising her ambition to give her research a voice and give back to society, she developed an application named “MyStalk Alert” which aims in supporting the victims of harassment and stalking by facilitating them in keeping a trail of evidence which is imperative for investigation and prosecution. The App also gives mental health support and useful links that help victims to keep a diary of all incidences. The MyStalk Alert won 1 gold medal and 1 silver medal in an international innovation competition. Her team also managed to bag the best poster award for the application. Dr. Wan Rosalili has also received several recognitions from her former University where she has won the research and publication award for the year 2020 until 2022. She is also awarded the young academic award from the Law Faculty in 2021.