Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Notre Dame Australia

Tomas lectures in areas of Advocacy, Legal Philosophy and Intellectual Property and coaches the International Trade Law Moot program. In the past he coached a wide variety of state, national and international moot teams.

Prior to taking up his position with the Law School, Tomas worked as part of the in-house legal team of a multi-national public company for two years. During that time he worked on a diverse range of matters within the areas of Intellectual Property, International Commercial Arbitration, Industrial Relations and Civil Litigation generally.

Tomas holds a BA (majoring in Philosophy and Literature), and an LLB, and has published a number of articles in the area of Intellectual Property and International Trade Law and presented conference papers on Jurisprudence. His research interests include Intellectual Property, Jurisprudence – particularly Natural Law theory – and Feminism.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer, Law, University of Notre Dame Australia

Education

  • 2007 
    University of Notre Dame Australia, Bachelor of Laws