Dr Mark Giancaspro is a Lecturer and practising commercial lawyer at the University of Adelaide Law School. He holds an honours degree in Laws and Legal Practice from Flinders University and a PhD from the University of Adelaide.
His legal employment background and research interests are primarily commercial, with issues in contract law and its applications being his principal theme.
Mark teaches in contract law, commercial law, consumer law, and sports law, and has published widely on matters including issues with the formation and renegotiation of contracts, the doctrine of consideration, and smart contracts.
He currently practices through the Law School’s Legal Advice Service in the Adelaide Magistrates Court and is a member of the Adelaide University Research Unit on Commerce, Corporations, Insolvency and Tax (ROCCIT). He also holds membership with numerous organisations such as the Commercial Law Association of Australia and the International Commercial Law Association, and he sits on the Digital Commerce Committee of the Law Council of Australia. He is on the Board of Directors for Sport SA.