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.