Kylie Fletcher

Kylie Fletcher

Assistant Prof

  • Bond University, Faculty of Law

    4229 Gold Coast


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Prior to taking up her current position at Bond University, Kylie was employed in the legal profession for close to a decade. She commenced her legal career in 1998. In 2001, Kylie accepted a position at a National top-tier firm where she was promoted to the position of Senior Associate. Kylie also worked as an in-house legal counsel at a Queensland gas and electricity distributor. Kylie practiced in the areas of corporate, commercial, finance and energy. Kylie joined Bond University in 2008, where she teaches contract law. She also shares the role of Transition Coordinator. In this role, she works to assist first-semester students transition into law school. Kylie’s primary research interest is in the field of legal education and she is currently completing her Doctor of Philosophy in this area. Kylie's working thesis title is 'Preparing Law Students for the Future: Adaptive Vocationalism in Legal Education'. Kylie's partciular interests relate to integrative learning, clinical legal education, interprofessionalism and the application of complexity theory to legal education. Kylie also has a keen research interest in contract law and energy law. 


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