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Dr Guzyal Hill is a Lecturer in Asia Pacific College of Business and Law, Research Coordinator and a founding coordinator of the Indigenous Pre-Accounting Enabling Program.
Guzyal researches and publishes in the areas of national uniform legislation, harmonisation in federation, federalism and ‘law as data methods’ in the context of legislation. Guzyal brings a unique perspective as a researcher and legislative drafter of national uniform legislation, including drafting the Northern Territory’s uniform Acts related to electronic conveyancing, Electronic Conveyancing (National Uniform Legislation) Act 2013 (NT) and the amending bill for enforcement of R18+ computer games, Classification of Publications, Films and Computer Games Amendment Act, 2012 (NT).
Guzyal previously practiced as a solicitor at commercial practice and worked as legislative drafter with the Officer of Parliamentary Counsel NT. Guzyal was a recipient of the Australian Post Graduate Award for completing her PhD candidature with Charles Darwin University. Educated at the American University in Central Asia, University of New England and Australian National University, Guzyal is bilingual in English and Russian.
Guzyal teaches Commercial and Corporate law units for law, business and accounting students and guest lectures in Comparative Legal Systems and Transnational Law units.
Guzyal's key research interests are: national uniform legislation, harmonisation in federation, federalism and ‘law as data methods’ in the context of legislation.
PhD, Charles Darwin University (CDU)
Award Date: 26 Nov 2019
Master, Australian National University
Bachelor, University of New England
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Categories of the ‘Art of the Impossible’: Achieving Sustainable Uniformity in Harmonised Legislation in the Australian FederationHill, G., Sep 2020, In : Federal law review. 48, 3, p. 1-32 32 p.
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