Christina is a Lecturer in Law at the Graduate School of Business and Law. Christina's thesis dealt with the challenges of technology in relation to copyright law.
Christina's research interests are in intellectual property law (with emphasis on copyright law), alternative dispute resolution and commercial law. Christina has extensive experience in teaching these areas of the law and possesses knowledge and experience from not only the common law but also the civil law legal tradition. Christina's philosophy of teaching is to incorporate experiential means of learning into her teaching as a reflective practice.
Christina has a bachelor and master in laws and has presented at international and national conferences on intellectual property law and alternative dispute resolution.
Christina is the course coordinator and lecturer in Intellectual Property Law, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution and Commercial law.
Teaching and coordination
- Intellectual Property Law
- Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
- Commercial Law
- Legal Research Project
- Several ongoing research projects on intellectual property law, negotiation and international trade agreements
- Mooting and Negotiation Competitions Coach and Mentor
- PhD (La Trobe University, submitted)
- Master of Laws (University of Southern Denmark and La Trobe University)
- Bachelor of Laws (University of Southern Denmark)
- Southern Denmark Health Innovation, 2011-2012
- Melbourne Legal Partners, 2010-2011
- Herbert Smith Freehills, 2010-2011
- Clayton Utz, 2009-2010