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One on one with John Juriansz – DAP - LLB
This year Western Sydney Unviersity was ranked in within the top 100 New Universities by the Times Higher Education, which is a huge achievement for a university which started in 1989. Director Academic Programs (LLB) John Juriansz, a Western Sydney University graduate himself, attributes this success to the unique practical approach at Western Sydney University which has led to extraordinary careers for his students, such as assisting the Rwanda and Yugoslavia war crimes tribunals and post graduate admission to Oxford, Cambridge and Harvard universities. For John, Western Sydney University is not just a place to prepare for a great career but also for forming lifelong friendships.
John Juriansz joined the School of Law at Western Sydney University in 2006. He is now the Director Academic Program (LLB) and lectures in Equity and Trusts, Remedies and Moot Court.
John was admitted as a Legal Practitioner to the Supreme Court of New South Wales and to the High Court of Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (History and Political Science) from the University of Western Ontario, a Graduate Diploma in Social Science from the University of New England, a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) from the Western Sydney University and a Master of Public Policy (Merit) from the University of Sydney. John is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Sydney. John is a former solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons and Senior Lawyer at Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers. In February 2012, John was a Visiting Researcher at the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada.