Annette Greenhow

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Bond University

Building from my early study of sport-related concussion in 2011 and my PhD thesis, Why the Brain Matters: Regulating Concussion in Sport (Monash, 2019), my research interests are primarily focused on the interface of sport, regulation and law. I have a particular interest in the framing of interdisciplinary research projects on sport-related concussion.

As an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law, I teach Global Sports Law & Governance, Sports Law and Contemporary Issues in Law and Society. I am the General Editor of the Sports Law eJournal and Co-Director of the Centre for Commercial Law.

My legal practice career involved senior management roles at Corrs Chambers Westgarth and Greenhow and Associates. I maintain my practising certificate and have held memberships at the Queensland Law Society, Law Institute of Victoria and the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Bond University

Education

  • 2019 
    Monash University, Doctor of Philosophy
  • 2008 
    Bond University, Master of Laws

Publications

  • 2017
    Concussion and Brain Injuries in Sport (Chapter), Critical Issues in Global Sports Management
  • 2015
    Custodians of the Game: Legal and Ethical Responsibilities of Sport’s Governing Bodies, Neuroethics
  • 2011
    Concussion Policies of the National Football League; Revisiting the 'Sports Administrator's Charter, Bond University Sports Law eJournal

Professional Memberships

  • Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association
  • Queensland Law Society

Research Areas

  • Law (1801)
  • Law And Society (180119)
  • Law Not Elsewhere Classified (180199)