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About Tina Hunter

Dr Hunter completed her PhD at the University of Bergen, Norway. Her Doctoral thesis is titled 'Legal Regulatory Framework for the Sustainable Extraction of Australian Offshore Petroleum Resources: A Critical Functional Analysis'.
Tina researches and teaches at Bond University, where she continues to develop her interests in Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Jurisprudence, Mining Law, Petroleum Law and Energy Law through her work as a full-time Assistant Professor. She is also a researcher at the University of Bergen, where she is a member of the Legal Culture Research Group and the Research Group for Natural Resources, Environment and Development Law.
Dr Hunter also completed a honours degree in estuarine marine sediments at the University of Sydney, as well as Masters qualifications in research and information science.
Dr Hunter consults to Australian and international government departments advising on law and policy relating to offshore petroleum activities, shale and coal seam gas extraction and mining and investment activities.

Positions

Present Senior Lecturer, The University of Queensland, Australia
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Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests

Petroleum Law and Energy Law, Mining Law, Constitutional Law and Policy, Land Law and Property Law, Legal Philosophy and Jurisprudence, Legal skills education (including curriculum design), and Research and report writing

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Honors and Awards

  • BA(Hons)
  • GDipLibSc(LIS)
  • MAppSc(Dist)(LIM)
  • JD(Hons)
  • PhD


Contact Information

E237 Forgan Smith building
St Lucia campus
Ph. +61 7 (334) 67551


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