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I am an experienced litigation lawyer and mediator. After a decade in private legal practice, I commenced my teaching career at Bond University in 1994, where I am currently an Associate Professor of Law. I teach civil procedure, international dispute settlement, mediation, advocacy and a range of other dispute resolution courses.
I have also taught dispute resolution and legal skills at a number of other universities including the University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia); the University of Applied Sciences, Jena (Germany); the Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg (Germany), North-West University, Potchefstroom (South Africa) and Thomas Gordon University, Aberdeen (Scotland).
I have published extensively in the areas of dispute resolution, legal skills and legal education. My most recent publications is Legal Skills: A Practical Guide for Students (2006) and Skills, Ethics and Values for Legal Practice (2009).
My major research interests are legal education; learning and teaching of legal skills, ethics and values; regulation of the legal profession and its connection to legal education; and all forms of dispute resolution.
Statement for HDR students
- Dispute resolution and legal ethics
- Negotiation, Mediation, Med/Arb, Arb/Med, Arbitration, Litigation
- Legal Education
- Civil Procedure
The Limitations of Codes of Professional Conduct – Accommodating Diversity in Practice at Law SchoolWolski, B., 2017.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › Research › peer-review