Dr Tyrone Berger is a lecturer at Deakin Law School. Tyrone holds a PhD from Monash Law School, which won the 2019 Mollie Holman medal. He also has a JD from UTS and degrees in Arts and Commerce from the University of Sydney. Tyrone’s previous academic positions include roles at the University of Melbourne, RMIT and Monash. He has published widely in the areas of IP and technology law and presented his research at local and international legal conferences.
Before arriving at Deakin, Tyrone worked as a policy officer at IP Australia, the national IP office, in the Domestic Policy & Legislation section. He advised on current and emerging IP matters, developed changes to legislation, and represented IP Australia locally and abroad. Prior to this, Tyrone practised as a Lawyer and Trade Marks Attorney for the national firm, MinterEllison.
Tyrone is admitted as an Australian lawyer (NSW, Vic, WA) and was previously a registered Trade Marks Attorney.