BA LLB(Hons) LLM(Qld) M.Ed(Tas) Kay Lauchland has substantial experience as a law lecturer, including several years teaching professional legal skills at the undergraduate and LLM level and in professional legal practice courses and Professional Workshops. She also has a Master of Education. Admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland, she has also worked as a commercial litigation lawyer. Kay is particularly interested in legal education and in professional training. She teaches the subjects Civil Procedure, Legal Ethics and Professional Conduct, Conflict of Laws, and Australian Legal System, as well as advocacy, dispute resolution, client interviewing and writing skills.
Life-long learning for reforming law, refining lawyers, refreshing education (with Terry Gygar), Law papers (2008)
Introduction: The Lawyer in the 21st Century
In modern countries with rapidly...
Secrets, half-truths and deceit in mediation and negotiation — Lawyers beware!, ADR Bulletin (2007)
A legal practitioner with a reputation for integrity and fairness has recently been...
If your lawyer sacks you- Can they get paid?, The National Legal Eagle (2005)
A retainer or contract between a lawyer and a client to pursue litigation...
Achieving justice through the courts, The National Legal Eagle (2004)
Over the last 20 years, there has been a marked increase in the...
Jurisdictions over defendants, The National Legal Eagle (2004)
A preliminary issue all litigants must determine before commencing an action for a...