Professor and Deputy Dean 

Bachelor of Arts [Honours] - Sydney University Bachelor of Laws [Honours] - Sydney
University Master of Laws - Sydney University Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice -
University of Technology, Sydney 

Professor Patrick Keyzer joined Bond University in 2006 after previous work as a
solicitor, barrister, academic, consultant and Executive Associate to the Chief Justice
of Australia. Keyzer is a constitutional lawyer who represents clients in the High Court
of Australia and in the Supreme Courts of New South Wales, the Northern Territory,
Queensland and Vanuatu. Keyzer has written a number of texts on constitutional law, and
has a particular research interest in the topic of access to justice. Keyzer has
completed grant-funded research for the Australian Research Council, the Criminology
Research Council and the Queensland Attorney-General's LPITAF Fund. 

Research interests & research expertise Along with scholars from Monash, UTS and
several overseas institutions, Keyzer recently won ARC funding for 2008-2010 to advance
his research interest in the preventive detention of dangerous offenders. During 2008
Keyzer will work on this project and also a LPITAF-funded project to develop and evaluate
a free legal advice service for ageing carers of people with intellectual disability. 

Articles

The courts and social media: What do judges and court workers think? (with Jane Johnston, Mark Pearson, Sharon Rodrick, and Anne Wallace), Judicial Officers' Bulletin (2013)
 

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The preventive detention of 'dangerous' sex offenders in Australia: Perspectives at the coalface (with Bernadette McSherry), International Journal of Criminology and Sociology (2013)
 

Books

Public Sentinels: A Comparative Study of Australian Solicitors-General (with Gabrielle Appleby and John M. Williams), Public Sentinels: A Comparative Study of Australian Solicitors-General (2014)
 

Principles of Australian Constitutional Law, Principles of Australian Constitutional Law (2013)
 

Preventive Detention: Asking the Fundamental Questions, Preventive Detention: Asking the Fundamental Questions (2013)
 

Discover: A Resource for People Planning for the Future. A DisabilityCare Australia, the National Disability Insurance Scheme Help Guide (with Gail Casey and Veronica Jones), Discover: A Resource for People Planning for the Future. A DisabilityCare Australia, the National Disability Insurance Scheme Help Guide (2013)
 

Hanks Australian Constitutional Law: Materials and Commentary (with Jennifer Clarke and James Stellios), Hanks Australian Constitutional Law: Materials and Commentary (2013)
 

Contributions to Books

Preventive detention: Asking the fundamental questions, Preventive Detention: Asking the Fundamental Questions (2013)
 

The rehabilitation of preventive detention (with Brendan Gogharty and Benedict Bartl), Preventive Detention: Asking the Fundamental Questions (2013)
 

Who should speak for the courts and how? The courts and media today, The Courts and the Media: Challenges in the Era of Digital and Social Media (2012)
 

Constitutional Law (with Peter Hanks), Constitutional Law (2011)
 

Monographs

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Juries and Social Media: A Report Prepared for the Victorian Department of Justice (with Jane Johnston, Geoffry Holland, Mark L. Pearson, Sharon Rodrick, and Anne Wallace), Juries and Social Media: A Report Prepared for the Victorian Department of Justice (2013)
 

Legal Problem Solving: A Guide for Law Students (with Susan Carr-Greg, Penny Crofts, Pamela Stewart, and Richard Scruby) (2003)
 

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