She is much in demand as an academic speaker and is also now frequently asked to speak or chair at major cultural and professional events eg recently, BBC Blue Room roundtable on the future of AI; New Scientist Live on AI; Hay Literary festival; How The Light Gets In philosophy festival; London Open Documentary festival; British Library; Wilderness music festival; Nine Worlds Geek Event; Society of Computers and Law Policy Forum; Society of Legal Scholars; Franco-Scottish Lawyers Association; Royal Society of Edinburgh; RSA; etc.
She is also in demand as a media commentator. She has spoken on the Today programme, PM, You and Yours, Womens Hour and Unreliaable Evidence (all BBC Radio 4), Sky News, BBC World, BBC Scotland, Radio Scotland, numerous BBC local radio stations, and been quoted in (for example) the Times, the Guardian, New Scientist, and throughout the IT industry press.
Her blog Pangloss (blogscript.blogspot.com ) on IT law affairs is widely read and has been nominated for several blog awards (though sadly neglected lately). She has a large Twitter following (@lilianedwards and @strathllmit). In 2016, she (unsuccessfully) conceived the #catsaginstbrexit campaign which was lead UK trending topic on Twitter for several days.