Mr John Juriansz

Mr John Juriansz

Deputy Dean - School Of Law,
Dean'S Unit - School Of Law

Senior Lecturer,
School Of Law

Biography

John Juriansz is Deputy Dean of the School of Law and lectures in Remedies, Legal Technology and Advanced Legal Negotiation. John is admitted as a Legal Practitioner of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and of the High Court of Australia and 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 Western Sydney University and a Master of Public Policy from the University of Sydney. Prior to joining WSU, John was a Senior Lawyer at Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers where he engaged in the practice areas of Commercial Litigation and White Collar Crime, a Solicitor in Dispute Resolution and Mergers & Acquisitions at King & Wood Mallesons (including a secondment to MLC Limited in the capacity of general legal counsel), a Committee Member of the Litigation, Law & Practice Committee of the Law Society of New South Wales, and an intern at the Australian Law Reform Commission.

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Qualifications

  • Master of Public Policy University of Sydney
  • Bachelor of Laws (Hon) University of Western Sydney
  • Graduate Diploma in Social Science University of New England
  • Bachelor of Arts The University of Western Ontario

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Dean'S Unit - School Of Law
  • School Of Law

Contact

Email: J.Juriansz@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: (02) 9685 9397
Mobile:
Location: EK.G.38
Parramatta
Website:

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Publications

Books

  • Juriansz, J., Chapple, S., Robinson, L., Harris, J. and Mirzai, N. (2011), 'Equity & Trusts: Law Principles and Practice', : Palgrave Macmillan 9781420256512.

Chapters in Books

  • Juriansz, J. and Nehme, M. (2012), 'Corruption, international business transactions and the OECD', Transnational Governance: Emerging Models of Global Legal Regulation, Ashgate 9781409418276.

Journal Articles

  • Juriansz, J. and Opeskin, B. (2012), 'Electoral redistribution in Australia : accommodating 150 years of demographic change', Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol 58, no 4 , pp 557 - 579.
  • Nehme, M. and Juriansz, J. (2012), 'The evolution of Indigenous corporations : where to now?', Adelaide Law Review, vol 33, no 1 , pp 101 - 135.
  • Newlyn, D., Juriansz, J. and Spencer, L. (2012), 'Using exemplars to improve student performance in a contracts law research essay', International Journal of Learning in Higher Education, vol 19, no 2 , pp 83 - 94.
  • Newlyn, D. and Juriansz, J. (2009), 'Improving Performance in Contractual Problem Solving, Clarifying Criteria and Standards through the use of Exemplars', Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, vol 2, no 1 & 2 , pp 185 - 196.
  • Juriansz, J. and Forbes, R. (2004), 'Privilege and the Corporate Deal', Australian Corporate Lawyer, vol 14, no 2 , pp 20 - 23.

Conference Papers

  • Juriansz, J. (2007), 'The Challenges of Adopting New Integrated Technology Strategies: Integrating E-Learning and Blended Learning Into Existing LLB Units', Law and Public Policy: Taming the Unruly Horse? 62nd (ALTA) Annual Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.

Other Publications

  • 2007, 'Submission to the Commonwealth Treasury: Review of Sanctions in Corporate Law: Consultation Paper', Report

Previous Projects

Title: Indigenous corporate governance
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Marina Nehme and John Juriansz
Years: 2009-09-22 - 2010-10-21
ID: P00017374

Supervision

Current Supervision

Thesis Title: Evaluating the Impact of the Iranian Buy-Back Contractual Model in the International Petroleum Trade on the Development of Iran's Energy Sector
Field of Research:

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