Faculty of Law

Lynden Griggs

Lynden Griggs

Mr Lynden Griggs

Senior Lecturer -

Contact Details

Contact Campus Sandy Bay Campus
Building Faculty of Law Building
Room Reference 3.08
Telephone +61 3 6226 7573
Fax +61 3 6226 7623
Email Lynden.Griggs@utas.edu.au

Teaching Responsibilities

His award as a Fellow of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia highlights the recognition of Griggs teaching. He has been in a leadership role within the Faculty on a number of fronts most notably Chair Skills Review Committee, Chair Honours Review Committee, and Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning).

Units Taught

LAW354 Property Law

Publications

  • Griggs (with Clark and Iredale) (eds) 2003 * Managers and the Law, (2nd ed) Thomson LawBook Co
  • Griggs (with Price) 2005 * Property Law in Principle Thomson Law Book Co., Sydney 1-349
  • Griggs 2006 * Ticket Scalping: Its Legal and Economic Effects on the Illusion of Perfect Innocence Griffith Law Review
  • Australian Contract Law: International Encyclopaedia of Laws. 1st edition Griggs 2008 * The Hague Kluwer Law International
  • Griggs (with Webb and Frielich) 2008 * Consumer Protection Law Oxford University Press

Web Access Research Portal (WARP)

Lynden Griggs came to academia from private practice. He is admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of Tasmania and the Federal Courts of Australia (including the High Court of Australia) and has been an accredited mediator. He completed a research masters in corporate law, and from this his early work in academia was focussed in corporate law, as well as occupying a number of administrative positions including Associate Academic Dean, Chair of Publications and editorship of the Journal of Law, Information and Science. After establishing his teaching credentials with this culminating in Fellowship of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, Griggs has built an enviable research profile with the current focus being in the area of consumer protection and land law. He is regularly invited to review articles for peer-reviewed journals, and has acted as a doctorate and masters examiner on many occasions. He is a long-term member of the Australian Law Teachers Association, and is currently a member of the Corporate Law Teachers Association, Real Property Teachers Association and the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association. He has undertaken a number of consultancies for private entities, specifically in the area of corporate law or land law, and is a regular contributor to government reform inquiries. He is currently the Associate Editor of the Competition and Consumer Law Journal and sits on the editorial board of the Australian and New Zealand Trade Practices Law Bulletin. Recently Griggs as Chair completed a major review of the award of Honours in Australian law faculties. He has also consulted for the Postgraduate Medical Research Institute of Tasmania, the Tasmanian Branch of the Australian Medical Association, the Australian Society of Anaesthetists and the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association.