Mr John Juriansz

Mr John Juriansz

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


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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  • 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


Phone: (02) 9685 9397
Location: EK.G.38

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


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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