Tom Round has an Arts/Law degree from the University of Queensland, and a PhD from Griffith University. Tom has lectured in the SCU School of Law & Justice since 2004, and also worked in the Commonwealth Department of Immigration.
Teaching and research keywords
#administrativeLaw, #constitutionalTheory, #democraticTheory, #ElectoralLaws, #lawAndlLinguistics, #rulesOfEvidence
2017 "Attorney-General (Cth); Ex Rel McKinlay v The Commonwealth, Chapter 6 in Law As If Earth Really Mattered: The Wild Law Judgment Project, ed Nicole Rogers and Michelle Maloney (UK, Routledge, 2017), pp 71-90.
2017 (with Bee Chen Goh) "Wild Negligence: Donoghue v Stevenson”, Chapter 7 in Law As If Earth Really Mattered: The Wild Law Judgment Project, ed Nicole Rogers and Michelle Maloney (UK, Routledge, 2017), pp 91-106.
2006 With Sophie Blencowe and Jennie Louise, I assisted Charles Sampford (1999-2004) in writing Retrospectivity and the Rule of Law (UK, OUP, 2006).
2003 With Charles Sampford, Suzanne Condlln and Margaret Palmer, co-edited Asia Pacific Governance: From Crisis to Reform (Dartmouth, UK, Ashgate, 2003), including introductory chapter (“East and West: Crisis and Reform,” pp 1-21) co-authored with Professor Sampford.
2003 “By Any Other Name? Parties, Candidates and Their Ballot Labels,” in Graeme Orr, Bryan Mercurio and George Williams (ed) Realising Democracy: Electoral Law in Australia (NSW, The Federation Press, 2003), pp 157-69. (Cited by the High Court of Australia in Mulholland v Australian Electoral Commission (2004) 209 ALR 582,  HCA 41, per Kirby J, at footnote 360 www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/high_ct/2004/41.html).