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Olivia Rundle

Senior Lecturer

Room 1.03, Faculty of Law Building, Sandy Bay Campus

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Olivia.Rundle@utas.edu.au

Dr Olivia Rundle has two main areas of interest:

Conflict, particularly civil dispute resolution, and the way in which the law deals with the diversity of family relationships. The role of lawyers working in both of these arenas is a particular passion. She is part of the team who deliver the UTAS Law Practice Centric Learning Model. Dr Rundle welcomes inquiries from potential postgraduate research candidates who want to explore questions related to civil dispute resolution, family law, and/or the legal profession (see hot topics for some further ideas).

You can listen to a podcast of Dr Rundle in conversation with our Law School Reporter Grace Williams here. She talks about some of her passions, including the origins of her co-authored book Sex, Gender, Sexuality and the Law, access to justice, wellbeing, feedback and creative conflict management.

Conflict and civil dispute resolution

Dr Rundle has written extensively about lawyers in dispute resolution. Particularly influential past publications include:

  • Rundle OC, 'A spectrum of contributions that lawyers can make to mediation', Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 20, (4) pp. 220-228. ISSN 1441-7847 (2009);
  • Hardy S, Rundle OC, 'Mediation for Lawyers', CCH Australia, Sydney, pp. 479. ISBN 9781921485695 (2010);
  • Rundle OC, 'Lawyers' perspectives on 'what is court-connected mediation for?'', International Journal of The Legal Profession, 20, (1) pp. 33-65. ISSN 0969-5958 (2013).

Dr Rundle believes in fostering meaningful connections with academics who share her research and teaching interests. She is a founding and actively contributing member of the Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network and participates in annual gatherings of Civil Justice researchers and teachers. She has convened gatherings of both groups and plays a leadership role in supporting the development of quality research and teaching activity nationally.

‘At the ADRRN Roundtable in December 2016 I brought the seed of an idea to be workshopped. I left the gathering with some excellent ideas about how to progress my project effectively.’ Dr Rundle said. ‘At the same time I provided rigorous and worthwhile feedback to colleagues about their works in progress. I am proud of my part in creating a group culture of rigour, support, and willingness to be vulnerable. We also actively reach out to research higher degree candidates to offer them the benefits of our network. We support one another and reach out to the public through our website adrresearch.net. Dr Rundle also reflects that her 2015 article 'Lawyers' participation in mediation and professional ethical disposition' published in Legal Ethics benefitted from being workshopped at the 2014 ADRRN Roundtable and presented at the National Mediation Conference when it was a work in progress.

Current research projects related to conflict and civil dispute resolution include:

  • an investigation into conflict in supervision relationships between supervisors and research higher degree candidates (with Associate Professors Samantha Hardy (JCU) and Lisa Toohey (UNSW/University of Newcastle));
  • a project to unlock the hidden methodological expertise of researchers who have sought to gather data from end users of dispute resolution processes;
  • an inquiry about the ways that lawyers collaborate and what it means in Threshold Learning Outcome 5(b) that graduates be able to ‘collaborate effectively’ (with Dr Brendan Gogarty).

The beautiful diversity of sex, gender and sexuality

Dr Rundle’s co-authored book Sex, Gender, Sexuality and the Law (published 2016 by Thomson Reuters, with Samantha Hardy and Damien W Riggs) will help to prepare lawyers for dealing with the diversity of modern relationships and effectively communicating this when advocating for their client.

'The book looks at the way the law applies to people who are trans or gender diverse, intersex and/or non-heterosexual, specifically focusing upon the individuals, couples and families within those groups,' she said.

'We still have an over-simplistic view in law and in common understanding about gender as only male or female, despite this binary idea being problematic from a biological and psychological point of view.’

'We recognise partnerships that are married or registered or de facto, but what is a 'recognised' relationship in law might not reflect how people actually experience and perceive their intimate personal relationships,' Dr Rundle said.

‘Furthermore, the idea that ‘family’ means one man and one woman with their 2.3 biologically related children does not reflect the enormous diversity of family forms and living arrangements, and inaccurately portrays ‘other’ families as deficient, when we know that children’s wellbeing is not related to the gender or sexuality of their parents or whether or not they are biologically related to their parents or siblings.’

The rapid pace of legal reform and the persistence of prejudice against people of diverse sex, gender and/or sexuality means that many people find themselves unlawfully discriminated against, or their legally recognisable relationship ignored, because officials or service providers have outdated and inappropriate understanding of the law. Lawyers need to maintain an up to date knowledge of gender, relationship and family recognition so that they can advocate for their clients in sometimes urgent circumstances.

'We're looking to encourage advocates/lawyers to explore and, if their client consents, to explain why their clients have arranged their lives in particular ways, when they are making submissions about legal provisions. It is quite common for people not to be 'out' in the workplace and to have blurred the perceptions of their living arrangements. They may be fearful of being open about their relationships, and this can cause difficulty and distress, particularly when their partner dies. They can then be pitted against extended family who may not recognise their relationship or their loss.'

Dr Rundle says that advocates should have a frank discussion with clients about what will be necessary to assert their legal entitlements.

'Sometimes it might be better for their clients to 'walk away'. That's a pretty challenging concept for legal advocates, who have an obligation to promote their clients’ best interests. The reality is, that sometimes those interests might best be served by clients not asserting their legal entitlements, as the consequences of making the client’s sex, gender or sexuality visible may be  more detrimental' she said.

Dr Rundle has been invited to speak at a Mardi Gras event  in March 2017 about some of the messages in the book.

Dr Olivia Rundle's work includes research, teaching and community engagement in the three broad areas of family law (particularly non-traditional family relationships), dispute resolution (particularly the role of lawyers) and civil procedure. She is the Wellbeing Coordinator at the Faculty of Law, part of the Wellness Network for Law and a founding member of the Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network  (ADRRN). She also serves on the Tasmanian Board of Legal Education. Dr Rundle practised law until 2000. She worked as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner registered by the Attorney General and a Mediator accredited under the Australian National Mediation Standards (LEADR).

Career summary

Qualifications

DegreeTitle of ThesisUniversityCountryAwarded
PhDHow Court-Connection and Lawyers' Perspectives Have Shaped Court-Connected Mediation Practice in the Supreme Court of TasmaniaUniversity of TasmaniaAustralia2010
BA-LLB University of TasmaniaAustralia1997
GradCertLegal PracticeUniversity of TasmaniaAustralia1997

Professional Practice

Resolution Institute LEADR/IAMA (Dispute Resolution practice)

Biography

Olivia has worked at the Faculty of Law in research since 2001, when she commenced working as a graduate research assistant. She completed her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the University of Tasmania. She was admitted to legal practice in 1998 and has worked as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner registered by the Attorney-General and a Mediator accredited under the Australian National Mediation Standards. She started teaching in the Faculty of Law in 2004. She has been a full time academic since November 2009.

Research Themes

Olivia's research aligns with the University's research theme of Creativity, Culture and Society.

Memberships

Professional practice

LEADR/IAMA (Dispute Resolution practice)

Committee associations

  • Board of Legal Education (appointed by Attorney-General of Tasmania) 2014-
  • Social Media Editor, Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network (ADRRN) 2016-
  • Member, Faculty of Law Teaching and Learning Committee 2012-
  • Member, Academic Career Advisory Group, UTAS, 2012-2013
  • Member, Academic Progress Committee, Faculty of Law 2010-2012

Administrative expertise

  • Graduate Research Coordinator, Faculty of Law, 2017 -
  • Wellness Coordinator, Faculty of Law 2014-
  • Coordination of Honours and Supervised Research Paper Programmes, Faculty of Law 2012-2014

Teaching

Civil Procedure, Dispute Resolution, Family Law, Workplace Conflict Management

Teaching expertise

Extensive experience in unit design and development of innovative blended learning practice.

Teaching responsibility

    Current:

    LAW451 Civil Procedure 

    LAW679 Supervised Research Paper (supervision only)

    Past:

    LAW640 Dispute Resolution; LAW681 Family 1 – The Family and the Child; LAW682 Family 2 – Financial Aspects of Family Law; LAW121 Introduction to Law; LAW122 Legal Systems; various others.

View more on Dr Olivia Rundle in WARP

Expertise

Olivia's work includes research in the three broad areas of family law (particularly non-traditional family relationships), dispute resolution (particularly the role of lawyers) and civil procedure. She writes regular case notes for the Family Law Review. Olivia’s research primarily aligns with the UTAS Creativity, Culture and Society Theme. Olivia is a co-director of the CCS Theme Group and working on a collaborative project supporting Legal Researchers to articulate their research endeavour within the theme to non-legal researchers.

Collaboration

Associate Professor Samantha Hardy from James Cook University.

Associate Professor Lisa Toohey, UNSW  (Professor at University of Newcastle from 2017).

Dr Megan Woods, TSBE, UTAS.

Dr Brendan Gogarty, Law, UTAS.

Current projects

  • Investigation into conflict in supervision relationships between supervisors and research higher degree candidates (with Associate Professors Samantha Hardy (JCU) and Lisa Toohey (UNSW/University of Newcastle));
  • Project to unlock the hidden methodological expertise of researchers who have sought to gather data from end users of dispute resolution processes (sole project);
  • Interdisciplinary investigation into the law of ‘reasonable management action’ and ‘reasonable accommodation’ in the context of psychological injury in the workplace (with Dr Megan Woods);
  • Inquiry about the ways that lawyers collaborate and what it means in Threshold Learning Outcome 5(b) that graduates be able to ‘collaborate effectively’ (with Dr Brendan Gogarty).
Research Higher Degree Topic Ideas

Dr Rundle is willing to discuss topics for research higher degrees in a range of topics related to her areas of research and teaching interests. Please check your eligibility for research higher degree candidature before inquiring.

See Law “hot topics” for more information about the following topics proposed by Dr Rundle:

  • What Drives Lawyer Behaviour in Dispute Settlement?
  • Case Management Practices in Tasmanian Civil Litigation
  • Relationships with Clients in Tasmanian Legal Service Delivery

Fields of Research

  • Law (180199)
  • Family Law (180113)
  • Law and Society (180119)
  • Law and Legal Studies (189999)
  • Legal Practice, Lawyering and the Legal Profession (180121)
  • Criminal Law and Procedure (180110)
  • Human Rights Law (180114)
  • Litigation, Adjudication and Dispute Resolution (180123)
  • Labour Law (180118)
  • Human Resources Management (150305)

Research Objectives

  • Justice and the Law (940499)
  • Expanding Knowledge in Law and Legal Studies (970118)
  • Legal Processes (940406)
  • Law, Politics and Community Services (949999)
  • Civil Justice (940401)
  • Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences (970108)
  • Expanding Knowledge in History and Archaeology (970121)
  • Workplace Safety (940505)
  • Management (910402)

Publications

Total publications

81

Highlighted publications

(6 outputs)
YearTypeCitationAltmetrics
2016BookHardy S, Rundle O, Riggs DW, 'Sex, Gender, Sexuality and the Law: Social and Legal Issues Facing Individuals, Couples and Families', Thomson Reuters, Australia, pp. 300. ISBN 9780455237503 (2016) [Authored Research Book]

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Co-authors: Hardy S

2015Journal ArticleRundle O, 'Lawyers' participation in mediation and professional ethical disposition', Legal Ethics, 18, (1) pp. 46-68. ISSN 1460-728X (2015) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1080/1460728x.2015.1090781 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Web of Science - 1

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2014Chapter in BookRundle OC, 'Following the Legislative Leaders: Judicial Recognition of Same Sex Couples in Australia and New Zealand', Same-Sex Couples before National, Supranational and International Jurisdictions, Springer, Danielle Gallo, Luca Paladini, Pietro Pustorino (ed), Berlin, pp. 127-160. ISBN 9783642354335 (2014) [Research Book Chapter]

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-35434-2_6 [eCite] [Details]

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2013Journal ArticleRundle OC, 'Lawyers' perspectives on 'what is court-connected mediation for?'', International Journal of The Legal Profession, 20, (1) pp. 33-65. ISSN 0969-5958 (2013) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1080/09695958.2012.752150 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 2

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2011Journal ArticleRundle O, 'An examination of relationship registration schemes in Australia', Australian Journal of Family Law, 25, (2) pp. 121-152. ISSN 0817-623X (2011) [Refereed Article]

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2010BookHardy S, Rundle OC, 'Mediation for Lawyers', CCH Australia, Sydney, pp. 479. ISBN 9781921485695 (2010) [Authored Research Book]

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Journal Article

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2017Hardy S, Rundle O, Riggs DW, 'Working with trans or gender diverse, intersex and or non-hetrosexual clients: advice for mediators', Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 28, (1) pp. 35-42. ISSN 1441-7847 (2017) [Refereed Article]

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2017Rundle O, 'Grella v Jamieson', Family Law Review, 7 pp. 156-162. ISSN 1837-8757 (2017) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2017Rundle O, 'Are we here to resolve our problem or just reach a financial settlement?', Precedent, (141) pp. 12-16. ISSN 1449-7719 (2017) [Professional, Non Refereed Article]

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2017Rundle OC, 'Masters v Cheyne', Family Law Review, 7, (1) pp. 79-89. ISSN 1837-8757 (2017) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2017Rundle O, 'Including Trans and Gender Diverse, Intersex and/ or Non-Heterosexual People in Mediation Service Delivery', Bond Law Review, 29, (1) pp. 15-38. ISSN 1033-4505 (2017) [Refereed Article]

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2016Gogarty B, Rundle O, McKenzie A, Lyons P, 'Legal Collaboration: How can we Teach Law Graduates to better work with others?', Law Letter, (Winter) pp. 42-43. ISSN 1326-7418 (2016) [Professional, Non Refereed Article]

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2016Rundle OC, 'Saintclaire V Saintclaire', Family Law Review, 6 pp. 54-58. ISSN 0149-1431 (2016) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2016Rundle OC, 'In the High Court spousal maintenance and 'financial resources': hall v hall', Family Law Review, 6 pp. 137-146. ISSN 0149-1431 (2016) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2016Rundle OC, 'Hall V Hall', Family Law Review, 6, (2) pp. 137-146. ISSN 0149-1431 (2016) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2016Fernando M, Rundle O, 'Love 'em, keep 'em, leave 'em: (non) application of de facto relationship laws to clandestine intimate relationships', Alternative Law Journal, 41, (2) pp. 93-97. ISSN 1037-969X (2016) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1177/1037969X1604100205 [eCite] [Details]

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2016Rundle O, 'Salah v Salah', Family Law Review, 6, (3) pp. 238-242. ISSN 1837-8757 (2016) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2015Rundle OC, 'Delamarre v Asprey', Family Law Review, 46 pp. 66-70. ISSN 0149-1431 (2015) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2015Rundle OC, 'Jurchenko v Foster', Family Law Review, 5, (2) pp. 131-139. ISSN 1837-8757 (2015) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2015Rundle O, 'Lawyers' participation in mediation and professional ethical disposition', Legal Ethics, 18, (1) pp. 46-68. ISSN 1460-728X (2015) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1080/1460728x.2015.1090781 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Web of Science - 1

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2015Rundle OC, 'JACKSON v MACEK', Family Law Journal, 5 pp. 205-211. ISSN 1837-8757 (2015) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2015Rundle OC, 'JANSSEN v JANSSEN', Family Law Journal, 5 pp. 212-215. ISSN 1837-8757 (2015) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2015Rundle OC, 'The Problematic Judicial View of Gender Diversity', UniSA Student Law Review, 1 pp. 183-191. (2015) [Non Refereed Article]

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2014Rundle OC, 'Creating a Healthy Group Work Learning Environment in Law Classes', QUT Law Review, 14, (1) pp. 63-80. ISSN 2201-7275 (2014) [Refereed Article]

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2014Rundle OC, 'Norton v Locke', Family Law Review, 52 pp. 68-73. ISSN 1837-8757 (2014) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2014Rundle OC, 'Commissioner of taxation v Darling', Family Law Review pp. 134-140. ISSN 1837-8757 (2014) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2014Rundle OC, 'Gladau V Gladau', Family Law Review, 4, (3) pp. 201-205. ISSN 1837-8757 (2014) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2014Rundle OC, 'Vadisanis v Vadisanis', Family Law Review pp. 255-261. ISSN 0149-1431 (2014) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2013Rundle O, 'Lawyers' preparation for Court-Connected Mediation: The Supreme Court of Tasmania', University of Tasmania Law Review, 32, (1) pp. 20-51. ISSN 0082-2108 (2013) [Refereed Article]

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2013Rundle OC, 'Lawyers' perspectives on 'what is court-connected mediation for?'', International Journal of The Legal Profession, 20, (1) pp. 33-65. ISSN 0969-5958 (2013) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1080/09695958.2012.752150 [eCite] [Details]

Citations: Scopus - 2

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2013Rundle OC, 'Craig v Rowlands', Family Law Review, 2013, (3) pp. 169-173. ISSN 1837-8757 (2013) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2013Rundle OC, 'Jonah v White', Family Law Review, 3, (2) pp. 117-120. ISSN 1837-8757 (2013) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2013Rundle OC, 'Re Jamie', Family Law Review, 3, (4) pp. 246-253. ISSN 1837-8757 (2013) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2012Hardy S, Rundle OC, 'Applying the inclusive model of ethical decision making to mediation', James Cook University Law Review, 19, (2012) pp. 70-89. ISSN 1321-1072 (2012) [Refereed Article]

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2012Rundle O, Hiller S, 'Teaching self-reflection to law students in a dispute resolution unit', Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 23, (3) pp. 168-178. ISSN 1441-7847 (2012) [Refereed Article]

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Co-authors: Hiller S

2012Rundle OC, 'High Court interprets WA provsions for legal recognition of reassigned gender', Australian Health Law Bulletin, 20, (1) pp. 182-85. ISSN 1038-1473 (2012) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2012Rundle OC, 'Stanford v Stanford', Family Law Review, 2, (2) pp. 118-122. ISSN 1837-8757 (2012) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2012Rundle OC, 'Forster v Forster', Family Law Review, 2, (3) pp. 202-206. ISSN 1837-8757 (2012) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2012Rundle OC, 'Khalil v Tahir-Ahmadi', Family Law Review, 2, (4) pp. 239-245. ISSN 1837-8757 (2012) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2012Rundle OC, 'Palmer v Palmer', Family Law Review, 3, (1) pp. 47-51. ISSN 1837-8757 (2012) [Letter or Note in Journal]

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2012Rundle O, Hardy S, 'Australian Birth Certificates: The best interests of no one at all', Australian Journal of Family Law, 26, (2) pp. 116-141. ISSN 0817-623X (2012) [Refereed Article]

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2011Rundle O, 'An examination of relationship registration schemes in Australia', Australian Journal of Family Law, 25, (2) pp. 121-152. ISSN 0817-623X (2011) [Refereed Article]

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2011Rundle OC, 'Re Rosie (Special Medical Procedure)', Family Law Review, 1, (4) pp. 239-243. ISSN 1837-8757 (2011) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2011Rundle OC, 'Drew v Vickery', Family Law Review, 1, (4) pp. 248-251. ISSN 1837-8757 (2011) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2011Rundle OC, 'Zeller v Whitby', Family Law Review, 1, (4) pp. 256-257. ISSN 1837-8757 (2011) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2011Rundle OC, 'Palmer v Palmer', Family Law Review, 1, (3) pp. 170-173. ISSN 1837-8757 (2011) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2011Rundle OC, 'Franklin v Franklin', Family Law Review, 1, (3) pp. 174-178. ISSN 1837-8757 (2011) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2011Rundle OC, 'Wilson v Roberts (No 2)', Family Law Review, 1, (3) pp. 179-183. ISSN 1837-8757 (2011) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2011Rundle OC, 'UnitingCare - Unifam Counselling and Mediation v Harkiss (Disclosure of family counselling communications)', Family Law Review, 2, (1) pp. 38-43. ISSN 1837-8757 (2011) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2011Rundle OC, 'A Bank v Coleiro', Family Law Review, 2, (1) pp. 57-62. ISSN 1837-8757 (2011) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2009Rundle OC, 'A spectrum of contributions that lawyers can make to mediation', Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 20, (4) pp. 220-228. ISSN 1441-7847 (2009) [Refereed Article]

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2008Rundle OC, 'Dialogues Between Legal Practitioners and Family Dispute Resolution Providers', Law Letter, Winter 2008, (100) pp. 40-41. ISSN 1234-5678 (2008) [Professional, Non Refereed Article]

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2008Rundle OC, 'Barking Dogs: Lawyer Attitudes Towards Direct Disputant Participation in Court-Connected Mediation of General Civil Cases', Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 8, (1) pp. 77-92. ISSN 1445-6249 (2008) [Refereed Article]

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2007Rundle OC, 'The purpose of court-connected mediation from the legal perspective', ADR Bulletin, 10, (2) pp. 28-30. ISSN 1440-4540 (2007) [Professional, Non Refereed Article]

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2005Rundle OC, 'Evaluating dispute resolution', Law Letter, Summer 2005, (90) pp. 10. ISSN 1326-7418 (2005) [Professional, Non Refereed Article]

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Book

(2 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2016Hardy S, Rundle O, Riggs DW, 'Sex, Gender, Sexuality and the Law: Social and Legal Issues Facing Individuals, Couples and Families', Thomson Reuters, Australia, pp. 300. ISBN 9780455237503 (2016) [Authored Research Book]

[eCite] [Details]

Co-authors: Hardy S

2010Hardy S, Rundle OC, 'Mediation for Lawyers', CCH Australia, Sydney, pp. 479. ISBN 9781921485695 (2010) [Authored Research Book]

[eCite] [Details]

Chapter in Book

(1 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2014Rundle OC, 'Following the Legislative Leaders: Judicial Recognition of Same Sex Couples in Australia and New Zealand', Same-Sex Couples before National, Supranational and International Jurisdictions, Springer, Danielle Gallo, Luca Paladini, Pietro Pustorino (ed), Berlin, pp. 127-160. ISBN 9783642354335 (2014) [Research Book Chapter]

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-35434-2_6 [eCite] [Details]

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Conference Publication

(14 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2016Rundle O, 'Simulation of Authentic Practice Experiences in Civil Procedure Classes', Civil Justice Forum, 19 February, Monash University (2016) [Conference Extract]

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2016Rundle O, 'A method to unlock hidden research expertise: making 'failure' visible', Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network Roundtable Abstracts, 9-11 December 2016, Hobart, Australia, pp. 4-5. (2016) [Conference Extract]

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2016Rundle O, Gogarty B, 'Legal Collaboration: Unpacking the Threshold Learning Outcome for Law (TLO 5(b)) in the Complexity of Modern Legal Practice and Legal Education', Australian Law Teachers Association Conference, 7 July, Victoria University, Wellington (2016) [Conference Extract]

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Co-authors: Gogarty B

2016Rundle O, 'Faculty Wellbeing Coordinator'', National Wellness for Law Forum, 4-5 February, College of Law (2016) [Conference Extract]

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2015Rundle N, Rundle O, 'Teaching Matters', Teaching Matters, 2 December, University of Tasmania (2015) [Conference Extract]

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2015Rundle O, 'Engagement, Experience and Examination: Some Challenges in Teaching Civil Procedure', Civil Justice Research and Teaching Workshop, 19-20 Fenruary, Universities of Sydney and UNSW (2015) [Conference Extract]

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2015Rundle O, Gogarty B, 'Practice-centric learning in the law degree', Teaching Matters, 2 December, University of Tasmania (2015) [Conference Extract]

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Co-authors: Gogarty B

2014Rundle O, 'Lawyers' Participation in Mediation and Ethical Disposition: building inter-professional understanding', ADR Research Symposium, December, RMIT (2014) [Conference Extract]

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2014Rundle O, 'Explaining Diversity of Lawyers' Participation', National Mediation Conference, National Mediation Conference, Grand Hyatt (2014) [Conference Extract]

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2012Rundle O, 'Dispute Resolution Units in the Law Degree', ADR Research Forum, 18-19 December, , University of NSW (2012) [Conference Extract]

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2012Rundle O, 'ADR in Legal Education and Promoting Student Wellbeing', ADR in Legal Education and Promoting Student Wellbeing Forum, 20-21 February, RMIT University (2012) [Conference Extract]

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2012Rundle OC, 'Transnational Surrogacy: mapping the issues', Out of the Wilderness, 14-17 October 2012, Hobart, pp. 59-81. (2012) [Non Refereed Conference Paper]

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2010Rundle OC, 'Court-connected mediation programmes: implications for courts and the legal profession', AIJA Website, 4-7 May, Australia (2010) [Non Refereed Conference Paper]

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2008Rundle OC, 'Transforming Lawyer Perspectives of Their Client's Role in Mediation: What Mediators Should Know', 9th National Mediation Conference 2008., 9-12 September 2008, Perth, pp. 339-343. (2008) [Non Refereed Conference Paper]

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Contract Report, Consultant's Report

(1 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2013Rundle OC, 'Parentage Laws under the Family Law Act', Law Council of Australia (2013) [Contract Report]

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Thesis

(1 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2010Rundle OC, 'How court-connection and lawyers' perspectives have shaped court-connected mediation practice in the Supreme Court of Tasmania' (2010) [PhD]

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Other Public Output

(13 outputs)
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2016Rundle O, 'A Critique of Facebook's Dispute Systems Design: Procedural Fairness and the Problem of Power', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, 19 March (2016) [Magazine Article]

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2016Rundle O, 'Advisors' influence on negotiations', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, 20 April (2016) [Magazine Article]

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2016Rundle O, 'Social media related workplace dispute settles on eve of trial', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, 11 April (2016) [Magazine Article]

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2016Rundle O, Gogarty B, 'Legal Collaboration: Unpacking the Threshold Learning Outcome for Law (TLO 5(b)) in the Complexity of Modern Legal Practice and Legal Education', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, 19 July (2016) [Magazine Article]

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2016Rundle O, 'Making research 'failure' visible: unlocking hidden expertise', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, May 4 (2016) [Magazine Article]

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2015Rundle O, 'Some ponderings on 'merit' and decision making', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, 20 August (2015) [Magazine Article]

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2015Rundle O, 'On Mediation, Legal Representatives and Advocates' by Bobette Wolski', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, 27 March (2015) [Magazine Article]

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2014Rundle O, ''Friendly discussion' as a condition precedent to arbitration', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, 9 August (2014) [Magazine Article]

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2013Rundle O, 'Unpacking the 'adversarial advocate', The Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network, Australia, 4 December (2013) [Magazine Article]

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2013Rundle O, '2013 LEADR Practitioner Award for Significant Contribution to Australian Dispute Resolution', Resolution Institute, Australia (2013) [Award]

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2012Rundle OC, 'Biomedical ethics in regards to surrogacy', Statewide Mornings with Leon Compton, ABC Radio 936 Hobart and online, October 16 2012 (2012) [Media Interview]

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2012Rundle OC, 'Law lags as Aussies employ overseas surrogate mums', Radio National Law Report, ABC Radio National, 23 October 2012 (2012) [Media Interview]

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2011Rundle OC, 'Legal issues regarding same sex marriage', Hobart Women's Health Centre Newsletter, Hobart Women's Health Centre, Hobart, Winter 2011, pp. 1-2. (2011) [Magazine Article]

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Grants & Funding

Funding Summary

Number of grants

3

Total funding

$10,124

Projects

Mistakes, failures and disappointments: harnessing the expertise of dispute resolution researchers to improve empirical research methodologies (2017)$3,708
Description
This project scopes a research design for investigating how to harness the expertise of dispute resolution researchers to improve empirical research methodologies.
Funding
University of Tasmania ($3,708)
Scheme
Grant-CAL Hothouse Research Enhancement Program
Administered By
University of Tasmania
Research Team
Rundle OC
Year
2017
Drawing together legal and management expertise to develop practice guidelines for lawyers and HR managers about organisational obligations re providing a psychologically safe workplace (2016)$5,666
Description
The project will utilise legal and management expertise within the team in order to explore the question of what exactly managers should do in order toavaoid liability for workplace psychological injuries and what they are required to do to meet their 'reasonable accommodation' requiremeht under anti-discrimination and Occupational Health and Safety law. Essentially it will involve a cross-disciplinatry translation of knowledge and materials to produce resources that will be useful for professionals, academic teachers and researchers.
Funding
University of Tasmania ($5,666)
Scheme
Grant-Cross-Disciplinary Incentive
Administered By
University of Tasmania
Research Team
Rundle OC; Woods M
Year
2016
2012: Family Law Conference, Hobart (2012)$750
Funding
University of Tasmania ($750)
Scheme
Grant-Conference Support Scheme
Administered By
University of Tasmania
Research Team
Rundle OC
Year
2012

Research Supervision

Current

1

Completed

1

Current

DegreeTitleCommenced
PhDPermanent Care Options for Children in Tasmania2013

Completed

DegreeTitleCompleted
PhDSelf-Represented Litigants: The impact of the Family Law Duty Lawyer Scheme in Tasmania
Candidate: Kiriaki Mussared
2017