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About Patrick Keyzer

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.


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Contact Information

Patrick Keyzer
Professor and Associate Dean
Bond University
Faculty of Law Bond University QLD 4229 Australia
PHONE: +61 7 559 51049


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