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About Kate Galloway

Kate has been a legal academic since 2004, specialising in property law and legal education. She is a nationally recognised law teacher whose teaching is informed by both her scholarship and her experience as a solicitor in private practice and in a native title representative body.

Kate publishes and presents both in Australia and internationally in academic, professional, and community contexts. Her work encompasses legal education, property - particularly land tenure, sustainability, social justice, and gender equality. She is the deputy editor of the Legal Education Review, and the Queensland editor of the Alternative Law Journal.

In addition to her academic writing, Kate contributes regularly to various media outlets as a commentator on contemporary social justice issues, especially concerning gender equality. She is active on social media, blogging at https://kategalloway.net/.

Throughout her career, Kate has been involved in the community legal sector, including having worked to establish the North Queensland Women's Legal Service and currently serving on the management committee of the EDO (NQ).  

Kate is interested in the ways in which property, and property law, affect society. She has a particular interest in land, and land tenure, including Indigenous tenures. She works with various theoretical perspectives such as feminist legal theory and critique to analyse the implications of property - and land tenure - for justice.

Her work with feminist legal theory includes issues affecting the legal profession and legal education, as well as women's property. She researches also in fertility law, including surrogacy and gamete donation.

She researches in legal education, particularly in curriculum. She is interested in the 'broader contexts of law' and how to design law curricula that encompass such contexts. To this end she has designed and carried out research projects on digital literacies (flexible learning), Indigenous inclusion, sustainability, gender, place-based learning, and the first year in law.

She is currently a member of the OLT-funded Smart Casual project, developing a series of self-paced, free, online professional development modules for sessional law teachers.

Positions

2016 Present Assistant Professor, Bond University
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2016 Present Adjunct, James Cook University
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19902005 Industry Professional, Lagal practitioner
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Curriculum Vitae




Honors and Awards

  • 2009 ALTC Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning
  • 2009 JCU award for excellence in student learning
  • 2009, 2010 Inclusive practice award recognizing support for students with a disability
  • 2011 JCU award for excellence in teaching and learning: The First Year Experience in Law

Courses

  • Property Law
  • Contract Law

Education

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Present PhD candidate, Melbourne Law School
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20032007 Master of Laws (By Reseach), Queensland University of Technology
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19851991 Bachelor of Laws, University of Queensland
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19851987 Bachelor of Economics, University of Queensland
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Contact Information

Faculty of Law
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia

Building Level: 2
Building: 4. Faculty of Law
Location: Bond University

Office Telephone Number
Within Australia: 7 55951410
From overseas: +61 7 55951410




Articles (17)

Book Chapters (2)

Theses (1)

Magazines (1)

Blog Articles (2)

Submissions (1)

Conferences (2)