Marta holds First Class Honours degrees in Economics (Social Sciences) and Law from the University of Sydney and was admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2007. Her doctoral research is supported by School of Law and Modern Law Review scholarships and an ORS Award. She was formerly Research Fellow in the School of Law, City University London and Visiting Tutor in Intellectual Property Law at King's.
Marta’s research is concerned primarily with intellectual property law, socio-legal studies and legal geography. Marta's doctoral thesis, ‘Graffiti Rules: Parallel Norms of Copyright in Public Space’, is a study of norm creation by graffiti writers and street artists.
Marta’s doctoral research is supervised by Prof. Tanya Aplin and Prof. Penny Green.
‘The Legal, The Spatial and the Pragmatics of World-Making: Nomospheric Investigations by David Delaney (Book Review)’ 22 King’s Law Journal 2 (2011)
Intellectual Property Law, Land Law.