Faculty of Law

  • Australia

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Recognised as one of Australia’s top law faculties, Bond Law’s focus on practical ‘lawyering’ skills and its international perspective provides an exciting and innovative learning experience.

We are a prestigious School of Law, defining what is best in professional and skills based legal education, imbued with a spirit to innovate, a commitment to influence, and a dedication to educating and inspiring tomorrow’s global legal professionals through a personalised and transformational student experience.

We are dedicated to advancing the understanding of law and legal issues in their domestic, comparative and international contexts; engaging in high quality legal scholarship; and promoting and encouraging ethical and professional approaches to the study and practice of law.

We are committed to local and global social responsibility, justice under the rule of law, and preparing our students to succeed, lead and inspire in a rapidly changing global legal environment.

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Law Social Sciences
jurisdiction Social Sciences
Internet Social Sciences
privacy Social Sciences
international law Social Sciences
private law Social Sciences
act Social Sciences
liability Social Sciences

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Victoria Baumfield

Person: Teaching and Research

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Narelle Bedford

Person: Teaching and Research

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Lisa Bonin

Person: Teaching and Research, PhD by Publication


Projects 2017 2018

Research Output 1993 2020

Educating for Well-Being in Law: Positive Professional Identities and Practice

Field, R. M. (ed.) & Caroline, S. (ed.), 2020, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 194 p.

Research output: Book/ReportScholarly editionResearchpeer-review

positive law
moral philosophy

AAT: Importance, Independence & Appointments

Bedford, N., 11 Apr 2019, In : Australian Public Law Blog.

Research output: Contribution to journalOnline ResourceResearch

Open Access
party in power
public office
Federal Government

Accessories, Joint or Independent Liability and Apportionment

Dietrich, J., 2019, Apportionment in Private Law. Barker, K. & Grantham, R. (eds.). Oxford: Hart Publishing, p. 111-137 27 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterResearchpeer-review

private law


Contract law in aid channels

Spencer, E. (Creator), Bond University, 2013


Activities 1992 2019

Faculty of Law Research Management Group (External organisation)

Yuxing He (Chair)
May 2019Apr 2020

Activity: MembershipInternal memberships, committees, boards and panelists

Faculty of Law Research Management Group (External organisation)

Feiyue Li (Chair)
Jan 2019Dec 2019

Activity: MembershipInternal memberships, committees, boards and panelists

Revenue Law Journal (Journal)

Anthea Gerrard (Reviewer)
2014 → …

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workGuest Editor

Press / Media

Bruised by boycotts

Kate Galloway


1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Expert Comment

Active Consent Doesn’t Sound Sexy, but It Can Lead to More Pleasure

Jonathan Crowe


1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Expert Comment

Student theses

A Battle Royal : Digital Music Piracy v. the Music Industry, an Assessment of Australian Copyright Law.

Author: Goldschmied, J., 9 Oct 2010

Supervisor: Van Caenegem, W. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis