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Ethics and Professional Responsibility
Intellectual Property Law
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Sara teaches Civil Litigation, Commercial Dispute Resolution and International Commercial Arbitration at the Sydney City School of Law. She is by trade a commercial litigation lawyer and a partner at Shaw Reynolds Legal and Advisory. However, her greatest passion is combining all her research and legal skills into projects that drive social systemic change. She has successfully integrated law, economics, strategy, community engagement, design modelling, human and social developmental theory and dispute resolution into a single offering to help her clients move to the other side of large-scale social problems. This is not a traditional model of consulting, dispute resolution or legal advice. She uses over twenty years expertise in strategic, co-design integral thinking and action driven implementation to deliver outcomes to the human services industry, construction industry and public administrators. She was the 2018 NAWIC Crystal Vision Winner for her contribution to the construction industry.
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B.Com, J.D (UTS)
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Jahan teaches Criminal Law and Procedure and Evidence Law at the Sydney City School of Law. He is a Sydney-based solicitor and entrepreneur who describes himself as a ‘little guy lawyer’. He attributes his human rights leanings to his proud Persian heritage, a dislike of bullies and a genuine belief that one person can make a difference. Leaving a successful career in finance in order to pursue law, he was admitted to the NSW Bar Association at the age of 25. Subsequently he established and became a partner at the firm of Executive Legal where he heads up the serious crime and mental health practice. Jahan appears on behalf of people kept in mental health facilities involuntarily, refugees seeking asylum and individuals accused of heinous crimes.
MA LLB (UQ) LLM Newcastle
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Katherine Lindsay is an award-winning law teacher with over twenty-five years of experience in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Queensland, Newcastle Law School and the Australian National University. Her research interests encompass Australian federal constitutional law and legal biography. She has researched and published in the discipline of law and in higher education as a member of the Peer-Assisted Teaching Scheme national research team under the leadership of Professor Angela Carbone.
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Kai teaches Corporations Law and Equity and Trusts at the Sydney City School of Law. He works as a lawyer in private practice. His specialty areas are corporations law, insolvency law, equity, trusts and civil litigation.
He obtained his doctorate in insolvency law from The University of Queensland in 2010. He is admitted to practice in New South Wales, the Federal Court and the High Court of Australia and in New York.
BA Comm (Journalism), LLB (Hons 1) (UTS), BCL (Oxford)
Katrine teaches Commercial Law, Financial Services Law and Technology and the Law at the Sydney City School of Law. Her key area of research interest is Technology and law (with a focus on blockchain, AI, data privacy, legaltech, regtech and fintech), the future of legal education and the legal profession, commercial law, financial services law, regulatory and compliance, litigation and private international law. Katrine Narkiewicz is a Lawyer and the Founder of KMI Legal, providing virtual legal services for startups, corporates and entrepreneurs, with a focus on technology. She is dual qualified as a Lawyer in NSW, Australia and the UK and has over 10 years’ experience in top Australian and international law firms, in a leading AI powered regtech startup and at an Australian regulator. She has worked at the University of Zurich in Switzerland and the British Law Centre in Warsaw, Poland (affiliated with the University of Warsaw and University of Cambridge).
BA (Griff), MIntRel (Griff), JD (UTS), GDLP, LLM (UNSW)
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Victor has been teaching at the Sydney City School of Law since 2017. He has taught Public Law, Constitutional Law, Anti-Discrimination Law and Public International Law. As a solicitor, Victor specialises in commercial and litigation practice mainly for SMEs. As part of the corporate and commercial law specialisation, his LLM thesis centred on the South Korean government’s policy on the development of chaebols, family-run business conglomerates.
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JD (Ateneo de Manila University), MComm (UNSW), GradDip (UTS), GradCert (ANU)
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Jonathan teaches Property Law, Ethics and Professional Responsibility and elective units at the Sydney City School of Law. He has worked as a lawyer in the Philippines in private practice and as a senior law clerk in the Supreme Court of the Philippines. Jonathan was admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of NSW in August 2015. He has worked in Mortgage and Banking law as a Senior Associate. He currently runs his own legal practice in contract and migration law.
LLM(CEU), SJD (CEU), GCTE (UC)
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Dr Dalma R Demeter is an educator, researcher, an independent arbitrator, consultant, and executive with a truly international background. She has degrees from European and New York accredited institutions and she teaches and practices law in Europe and Australia. As an educator, Dalma is the winner of a number of teaching awards, possessing the ability to adjust the training to her audience. She focuses on teaching professional skills and practical application together with theory in dispute resolution and international commercial law.