Justin Malbon specialises in consumer law and international trade law. He is a Professor at Monash Law School and an Adjunct Research Fellow of the Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture.
Justin was a Visiting Scholar at the Law School and Visiting Fellow at Wolfson College at Cambridge University (2007), and a Visiting Fellow at the European University Institute in Italy (1998). He is also a former Dean of the Law School at Griffith University.
JustinaEURO (TM)s publications include Australian Export: A Guide to Law and Practice (Cambridge University Press, 2006), Interpreting and Implementing the TRIPS Agreement: Is it Fair? (Elgar, 2008), Understanding the Global TV Format (Intellect, 2006), and A Commentary on the TRIPS Agreement (Elgar, forthcoming).
Justin is a board member of the Queensland Competition Authority, and a panel member of both the Financial Ombudsman Service and the Superannuation Complaints Tribunal.
Luke Nottage specialises in consumer product safety law, contract law, corporate governance and arbitration, with a particular interest in Japan and the Asia-Pacific. He is Associate Dean (International) and Professor of Comparative and Transnational Business Law at Sydney Law School, and Associate Director of the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law at the University of Sydney (CAPLUS).
Luke previously worked at Victoria University of Wellington and Kyushu University, and has held fellowships at other leading institutions in Japan and Australia as well as Germany, Italy and Canada.
His publications include Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan (Routledge, 2004), seven other books, and over a hundred chapters and refereed or other articles.
He has executive roles in the Australia-Japan Society (NSW), the Law Council of Australia, the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration, and the Australasian Forum for International Arbitration. Luke also serves on the International Law Association (ILA) Committee on the International Protection of Consumers.
He is a founding Director of Japanese Law Links Pty Ltd and has consulted for law firms world-wide, the European Commission, the OECD, the UNDP, and the Japanese government. Luke qualified as a lawyer in New Zealand in 1994 and in New South Wales in 2001.
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