BEc/LLB(Hons)(Tas), GradCertLegPrac(Tas), LLM(ANU), FGIA, FCIS
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Tom is a full-time lecturer in the University of Tasmania's School of Business and Economics (TSBE) and a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Law.
His professional background and other UTAS information are at his TSBE profile at the Faculty of Business.
His publications are listed at Web Access Research Portal (WARP)
His thesis is titled ‘A Law Unto Themselves: Australian Regulation of Forestry Operations’.
The thesis examines federal environmental regulation of Australian forestry operations, in particular the exclusion of regional forest agreement forestry operations from Australia’s omnibus environmental statute, the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth). The thesis considers whether the Regional Forest Agreement Act 2002 (Cth) is an adequate alternative legislative regime to meet Australia’s international environmental obligations. By reference to relevant litigation and Tasmanian case studies, the thesis argues that Australian environmental regulation of forestry operations is currently inadequate. Thus, law reform is needed to ensure Australia meets its international legal obligations.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Law
18 August, 2014